Goodbye Insomnia, Hello Sleep

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Random House Publishing Group, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 352 pages
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What Can You Do About Insomnia? Cure It
If you are troubled by insomnia. you are not alone. One third of the population suffers from sleeplessness. Most people do nothing about it but suffer through the night. However, recent advances in sleep medicine have caused dramatic breakthroughs in treating insomnia. Now a leading authority in the field. Dr. Samuel Dunkell, director of the Insomnia Medical Services in New York City, helps you identify and understand your insomnia, explains the exciting new treatments you can try on your own or with a professional, and lists resources you can consult. Discover:
-- The most common cause of insomnia -- it's pervasive and can be triggered at any age.
-- Whether you're a biologically short sleeper or long sleeper -- plus the easy way to measure how many hours of deep you really need.
-- What sex has to do with it, and how it can contribute to your problem -- or solve it.
-- The truth about sleeping pills: which ones work, which ones are dangerous, and what medication is a far better alternative.
-- Unsuspected stimulants that are preventing your sleep. You know about coffee, but find out what else in your lifestyle and diet may be keeping you wide awake.
-- The most effective cures -- from bright-light therapy to resetting your biological clock.
-- Groundbreaking discoveries about sleep positions.
-- Dream analysis as a means of diagnosing the source of your insomnia...and more to help you say
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Growing interest in the field of sleep research and its accompanying increased clinical observation has led to a better understanding of insomnia, a problem affecting half of our adult citizens ... Read full review


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