The Healing Power of Sleep: How to Achieve Restorative Sleep Naturally
From a discussion of the enemies of sleep--including jet lag, artificial stimulants, anxiety, and depression--to practical techniques for getting a good night's sleep, this book covers every aspect of a problem that plagues millions and explains the importance of sleep in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Includes charts, questionnaires, and full-color illustrations.
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Part One The essence of sleep
Chapter Two Rhythms of sleep and waking
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