Beating Insomnia: How to Get a Good Night's Sleep

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Gill & Macmillan, Aug 21, 2003 - Insomnia - 160 pages
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You toss and turn all night, worrying and fretting, to wake up tired and bad-tempered the next day. This is bad enough, but persistent sleeplessness and insomnia can lead to tension, irritability, breakdown in relationships and accidents, especially on the roads. And sleeping pills are not a long-term solution.

Now you hold the answer. 'Beating Insomnia' has been specially devised to help you understand the mechanisms controlling your sleep. It teaches sleep management techniques, helps you identify particular sleep problems and is packed with ideas and advice to help you cope with your own disturbed sleep.

A 28 day Sleep Diary helps you analyse your sleep patterns so that you can decide on the best way to tackle your sleep problems.

The 60 minute CD will lull you into deep and refreshing sleep to help focus your mind and relax your body.

A Unique Internet Link will bring you to an on-line diary devised by the author that will enhance the data you have already collected in the book's diary.

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About the author (2003)

Dr Chris Idzikowski has researched sleep and its disorders for almost 25 years. He is former Chairman of the British Sleep Society, and runs the Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service in the UK and Ireland, providing support to medical practitioners and patients across Europe. He lives in Northern Ireland but works from his Harley Street rooms in London.

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