Sleep Better: The Science And The Myths Paperback – 15 Jun 2017
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A comprehensive book on sleep and sleep issues
About the Author
Professor Graham Law is a sleep scientist with more than 25 years' research experience, having published more than 90 research papers and heading a department of 30 research and academic staff. He is Professor of Medical Statistics at the University of Lincoln. Professor Law set up the Sound Asleep Laboratory, which is working towards methods to improve sleep in a way that will have a significant effect on sleep health and wellbeing. He was elected to the executive committee of the British Sleep Society and is a member of the UK Biobank Expert group on sleep.
Dr Shane Pascoe is a psychologist at the University of Newcastle, Australia.
Top customer reviews
Here is a compact book, divided into short clear chapters of which you need to read only the ones relevant to you. Ideal for informing yourself and then for reference. It's written by a dream team, a cutting-edge sleep scientist and a psychologist specialising in sleep, with obvious input from the family doctor spouse of one of them. And it's all very readable.
If you or someone you care about has a sleep problem I couldn't recommend this book more strongly. Doctors should be aware of it for their patients and might even benefit from a little peek.
It has been written in an informal way but some parts of the book do read like a medical report or essay, which made the book hard to get through at times.
Overall though, it is an interesting guide, and will hopefully help you whether you have no sleep problems to mild or more severe ones.
Thanks to the authors and publisher for a review copy of this book via NetGalley.
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