Scientifically proved methods to trick yourself into sleep, in an accessible and easily digestible format
'Wide ranging, backed by science and research, informative and easy to understand, this is a great book for the sleep-deprived' Lisa Artis, The Sleep Council
When was the last time you had a proper night's sleep?
In today's fast-paced, non-stop world, research by the UK's Sleep Council has found that almost a third of us don't get enough sleep most nights. Insomnia can wreak havoc on everyday life - leaving us feeling exhausted, irritable and unwell. Lack of sleep has also been linked to a whole host of long-term chronic conditions including Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, obesity and depression.
But don't despair - help is at hand! This book is packed with easy to read and simple to follow tips, as well as some weird and wonderful tricks, all gathered from expert scientific research, that will help you fall asleep and stay asleep. You may be surprised to learn that everything from having a purpose in life to warming your feet, from what you eat through the day to how you breathe, from how much time you spend outdoors to reframing your thoughts and mindset can all help you get a better night's rest.
A good night's sleep can help change your life for the better, and this book will help you to achieve it.
This is the life hack bible you've been searching for . . . It might just change your night life forever - Emerald Street
Wide ranging, backed by science and research, informative and easy to understand, this is a great book for the sleep-deprived. - Lisa Artis, The Sleep Council
A must-read for insomniacs everywhere. - Woman's Weekly
If you find it difficult to slip into a peaceful slumber, author and health journalist Kim Jones shares her ultimate tricks to help. From taking a t'ai chi shower to chanting affirmations, this manual contains everything you need to get a quality night's kip. - Spirit & Destiny
This pleasingly science-backed book contains quick, clever suggestions for insomniacs. You might think you've read everything there is to know on the subject, but this is full of surprises. - Top Sante