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A handbook for people who have trouble sleeping by NZ Author Fiona Johnston.
Paperback, revised edition, 2005, 142pages very good condition
A good nights sleep is something most people take for grantec, but a significant proportion of the population suffer whether on a temporary or permanent basis from some kind of sleeping disorder. In many cases, an unsatisfactory sleeping pattern can be addressed by changing bed-time habits while other disorders may benefit from some medical intervention. Now in its third edition, Getting a Good Nights Sleep is compulsory reading for everyone who wants to find out what steps they should take to develop better sleeping patterns.
This book includes sections on:
* what happens when you sleep
* types of sleeping disorders
* tips on training yourself to sleep better
* how to find out if you are a lark or an owl
* different kinds of medication
* how to manage stress
* bed-wetting solutions
* establishing the sleep needs of different age groups
* coping with the demands of shiftwork
* overcoming the effects of jetlag.
The appendices include an all-new sleep evaluation and management plan that allows you to chart poor sleeping patterns in a form that can, necessary, be easily and effectively analysed by your health professional.
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