Sleep Well, Sleep Deep: How Sleeping Well Can Change Your Life

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M. Evans, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 209 pages
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The author of "Nightmares" and "What Your Dreams Can Teach You" presents a comprehensive guide to improving your night's rest, thereby improving your life. Lukeman tells what medications to avoid, gives advice on getting children to sleep, and provides a step-by-step process for teaching yourself hypnosis as a sleep aid.

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Contents

Introduction
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sleep The biological sleep clock Sleep deprivation Staying awake
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whats your sleep potential? What to
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About the author (2001)

Alex Lukeman has been conducting seminars and retreats exploring the mystery of dreams and consciousness since 1979. He attended Dartmouth College and Boston University, and brings a broad background of learning, world travel, world travel and life experience to his work. Alex lives in Northern Colorado.

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