Say Goodnight to Insomnia: A Drug-Free Programme Developed at Harvard Medical School

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Rodale, 2009 - Insomnia - 211 pages
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In a user-friendly, practical, organised fashion, Dr Jacobs guides you through a six-week programme for overcoming insomnia. His programme is proven to improve sleep in 100 per cent of insomniacs, allow 90 per cent to reduce or eliminate their use of sleeping pills and help 75 per cent become normal sleepers. The programme provides techniques for: - establishing sleep-promoting habits and lifestyle practices - changing negative, stressful thoughts about sleep - implementing relaxation and stress-reduction techniques The book features scientifically proven methods for achieving greater mind-body control to improve not only sleep but also overall health and wellbeing. This is more than just a book about sleep; it is a book about improving yourself and your life.

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This book helped me overcome severe insomnia. All advice is completely on point. It will help you but you have to follow the authors instructions to a t. Read full review

Say good night to insomnia

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First-time authors Jacobs and Wiedman bring two complementary and responsible viewpoints to the topic of insomnia. Both have suffered from insomnia, write extensively about the ineffectiveness and ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Dr Gregg D Jacobs is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a Senior Research Scientist with the Mind/Body Medical Institute of Harvard Medical School. He developed the Behavioural Medicine Insomnia Programme at Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre, where he is an Insomnia Specialist in the Sleep Disorders Centre.

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