Good Nights: How to Stop Sleep Deprivation, Overcome Insomnia, and Get the Sleep You Need

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 242 pages
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During the day, do you often feel tired, unfocused, or irritable? At night, is your sleep delayed, broken, troubled, or just too short to fill your needs?

If so, you are among the millions who suffer from sleep deprivation. In Good Nights, now available in paperback, Dr. Gary Zammit, founder and director of Manhattan's largest accredited sleep center, shares a practical, proven program for achieving high-quality sleep. You'll learn:
-- How to determine the hours of sleep you need
-- Relaxation techniques to end insomnia
-- The facts about natural sleep aids such as melatonin
-- When to see a sleep specialist

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