We are different from other animals Cats, dogs, birds . . . they just shut their eyes and go to sleep.But somehow we seem to have lost the knack.
In the US alone, more than 70 million people – over 20% of the population - suffer from insomnia at one time or another
Millions of dollars are spent each year onsleeping medications, both prescribed andover-the-counter. Insomnia is big business.
Insomnia takes different forms:• difficulty in falling asleep• waking up frequently during the night and having difficulty getting back to sleep• waking early in the morning and being unable to get to sleep again• waking in the morning feeling that you havent had enough sleep or that youve not slept soundly
And there are other conditions such as: restless legs syndrome and obstructive sleep apneathat can MASQUERADE as insomnia
And not only are there different types of insomnia and sleeping disorders but there are also . . .Many different reasons for insomnia . . .So how can we know which of the many effective treatments will help us? Because . . .
So you may be thinking that like the Princess who had to kiss an awful lot of frogs to find her prince . . .You’re going to have to read an awful lot of books and try an awful lot of therapies and remedies to find out what’s right for you. Well, actually . . . NO!
Say Goodbye to Sleepless Nights is a comprehensive guide to finding the right treatment for YOUR insomniaAnd it can help you to pinpoint the causes of your sleeping problem and decide whether it’s actually insomnia or another sleep disorder.
It offers a large number of self-help tips – all of them tried and tested . . .It discusses the ins and outs of sleeping pills, other orthodox forms of treatment, and eighteen different complementary therapies.And it helps you identify the treatment that is likely to work best for you.
The author of Say Goodbye to Sleepless Nights is Dr. Ruth Lever Kidson who is a qualified physician and medical hypnotherapist as well as a practitioner of complementary therapies.The book is available as a Kindle download from Amazon . . . but if you don’t have a Kindle reader, you can download the book onto your computer.
So why not forget about insomniaAnd SAY GOODBYE TO SLEEPLESS NIGHTS!
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