By Peter Hauri,
No More Sleepless Nights
There are an estimated 30 million Americans suffering from insomnia and other sleep disorders. Beginning with possible causes, among them diet, exercise, environment, stress, smoking and drinking, this guide offers detailed steps and exercises for ridding oneself of insomnia. It covers topics including the latest research and therapy programs, sleep clinics, helping children sleep, kicking a sleeping-pill habit and more, and offers many anecdotes and actual case studies.
Although the catchy title may mislead, this is a serious encyclopedia of sleep disorders. Based on sleep disorder studies from the Mayo Clinic's insomnia program, of which Hauri is director, this book goes into precise detail on the many kinds of insomnia, incorporating the complete range of research and treatment in easy and accessible language.
From the Back Cover
"The best book this reviewer has seen on insomnia." --Library Journal "Make sleep as easy as falling out of bed." --USA Today "At last, an authoritative, sensible book for all those with trouble sleeping; this is wonderfully written and offers real help." --Rosalind D. Cartwright, Ph.D., Director, Sleep Disorder Center Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago "Nearly everything you always wanted to know about sleep and what can go wrong with it . . . with step-by-step suggestions." -- Publishers Weekly
This newly revised edition of Dr. Hauri's internationally acclaimed sleep therapy program offers you much more than helpful hints. You'll learn what works and what doesn't, ways to evaluate the latest insomnia treatments, and how to create your own customized sleep therapy program. With this easy-to-follow advice, there's no longer any reason to lose precious sleep. Whether your sleep problem is chronic or occasional, No More Sleepless Nights is the best remedy available.