The Sleep Management Plan

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1990 - Medical - 148 pages
A sleep management plan that creates valuable time for all the personal activities that on-the-go men and women desire. Based on research in sleep laboratories this book uses anecdotes, charts and a daily planner to explode the myth that we need 8 hours of sleep to maintain health and energy.

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With the sensible exception of illness or pregnancy, many poor sleepers are just defeating themselves by insisting on the full eight hours of shuteye, says Bourke, founder of a Washington, D.C ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Sleep 101
17
The Great Escape
33
Copyright

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Dale Hanson Bourke is president of PDI, a marketing and communications strategy firm. The author of ten books and numerous magazine articles, she often speaks and writes on international development and women's issues. Previously president of the CIDRZ Foundation and SVP at World Relief, Bourke has also served as publisher of Religion News Service and editor of Today's Christian Woman, and was a nationally syndicated columnist. Dale holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and has served on the boards of World Vision US, World Vision International, International Justice Mission, Sojourners, ECFA and Opportunity International. She currently serves on the board of MAP International and the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty (CIFA).

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