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Say Goodnight to Insomnia: A Drug-Free Programme Developed at Harvard Medical School Kindle Edition
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I developed insomnia because I went for a very stressful anxious time and had been suffering for a couple of months. This helped me improve my sleep within a week. Then, during week 2 I was able to sleep really well five nights out of seven, and now (about five weeks on) I've only had one bad night of sleep in the last two weeks.
Strangely, the nights that I do get to sleep without a problem, I actually get to sleep much quicker than I used to (probably about five or 10 minutes!), whereas I used to take about 20 minutes normally. It has also helped me question whether I need my eight hours of sleep at night. I've actually come to realise that I can get by quite easily with seven without being tired the next day.
I also bought the McKenna "I can make you sleep" book and CD, which was also quite helpful (tho this book was better). I used the CD occasionally at night (although you are meant to listen to it every night, but most nights I go to sleep within a few minutes).
And if you like to listen to music or hypnosis tapes at night, I would thoroughly suggest the sound asleep pillow (which can also be bought on Amazon). It is also the most comfortable pillow I have ever had, and actually made me want to get into bed to go to sleep!
Don't worry, you CAN cure your insomnia!
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Very quick delivery, ordered on Monday late evening of Christmas week and was delivered on Wednesday morning. Interesting read with some good tips. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Dazz
Good Book in theory Depends how bad the anxiety is that turns up with the no sleep & how you can stand just laying there with it all going on
+ most of these books always talk... Read more
Good overview of what one should know about sleep. Maybe too focused on sleeping pills addiction for my taste.Published 9 months ago by Dominique Cartier
A very good and useful book to have in the house, especially if you suffer of insomnia. If you put in practice what you read in the book, you'll be amazed and happy by the results. Read morePublished on 5 Feb. 2014 by dorinela