The Good Sleep Guide

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Vermilion, 2008 - Relaxation - 196 pages
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Do you toss and turn at night, counting down the hours you have left to sleep?
Do you need an alarm to wake up on time and then continually 'snooze' it in the morning?
Do you use caffeine to help you stay alert?
Do you feel tired most of the time?
If your answer to two or more of these questions is 'yes' then you are not getting enough sleep.

Almost a quarter of the UK population frequently experience sleeping difficulties. If you have trouble sleeping and often wake up feeling exhausted, The Good Sleep Guide is the answer.

Written by sought-after physiotherapist Sammy Margo, this essential handbook will help you:
- Understand the importance of the right environment
- Look younger and feel more energised
- Discover the best over-the-counter sleep remedies
- Combat jet leg
- Say goodbye to sleep disorders, such as insomnia and sleep apnoea

With advice on the best mattress to buy, which sleep position is optimal and the importance of routine, as well as explaining why you sleep badly and what you can do about it, The Good Sleep Guide is a practical, accessible and lively book to help you sleep better, for good.

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About the author (2008)

Sammy Margo has been a physiotherapist for more than 15 years and has built up her clinic over the past 10 years. She trained at West Middlesex University Hospital and subsequently did a Masters in Physiotherapy at University College and Middlesex Hospital. She is also a qualified Pilates instructor and incorporates this 'balanced body' approach into her physiotherapy treatments. Sammy is actively involved in the media, including television, radio, newspaper and magazines, whilst still maintaining her clinical input.

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