Seven Days to a Perfect Night's Sleep

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Macmillan, Apr 15, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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Are You Desperately Seeking Sleep?

The answer is yes for 3 out of 10 people who can’t fall asleep, stay asleep, or wake up feeling refreshed. As a result, you go through the day in a fog, dozing off at work, behind the wheel, or at school. In other words, never where—or when—you should be. It’s time to open your eyes to a healthy solution. And all it takes is seven days! With Sleep-Smart quizzes, advice on keeping a sleep diary, tips on mattresses and pillows, and even treatments for snoring, this book helps readers to accomplish a blissful night’s sleep. . . with no drugs, and no fuss.
- A special sleep diet plan—what to eat and what to avoid
- How to exercise yourself to sleep
- How to cope with sharing a bed
- How to determine if it’s a sleep disorder or a medical problem

By following Debra L. Gordon’s simple 7-day Sleep Program, you’ll be able to make the crucial adjustments to your environment, your pre-sleep routine, and your diet and exercise habits to help achieve a good night’s sleep every night.

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Desperately Seeking Sleep
Understanding This Thing We Call Sleep
Getting Started on Your Sleep Diary
The Seven Day Sleep Progra m
When Something Really Is Wrong
Other Conditions That Interfere

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Debra L. Gordon co-authored Maximum Food Power for Women (Rodale) and has written for Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, Reader’s Digest, Prevention, Men’s Health, Runner’s World, Parents Today, (managing editor), (contributing writer), and

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