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Praise for No More Sleepless Nights. Nearly everything you always wanted to know about sleep and what can go wrong with i. .Give yourself a good night?s rest If you suffer from poor sleep, help is in your hands?literally.

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No more sleepless nights. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. by. Hauri, Peter; Linde, Shirley Motter. Dr. Hauri is considered by many as theworld's leading authority on insomnia. Helives in Rochester, Minnesota.

No More Sleepless Nights ISBN:9780471394990. Издательство: "Неизвестный" (2001). More than a million copies and several million electronic versions of this book have sold in less than a year. Everyday Saints is the English translation of the work that has soared at the top of th. Pokrov Publications, (формат: 150x230, 504 ст.

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In this newly revised edition, 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.

I’ve been plagued by insomnia all my life, so I have read dozens of improve-your-sleep books. This is the best by a long shot!! Most assume anxiety to be the sole cause, so only address that. This one does not take a one-size-fits-all approach but gives a map of things to try, many ideas I’ve never encountered. LOVE IT!!
I did not keep this book. I ordered three different books to help me with treatment of chronic and severe insomnia. This book is a more general in describing the different types of insomnia and not so helpful with ideas for treating the problem. It would be a good book if you are just starting to figure out what your problem is, but I was beyond that point and needed more help with treatment ideas.
This book was certainly thorough, but for long-time insomniacs who have tried everything and researched on the web, I don't think it was worth reading. I didn't learn anything. That doesn't mean that it's not rife with information. If you just developed a sleep problem, or you haven't spent hours or years reading about various ways to resolve this dilemma, this book may be very useful for you. But if you have already been there, done that, manufactured the T-shirt, don't bother.
Deep restorative sleep grows increasingly difficult to achieve as we age. (I'm 69.) I found this terrifically helpful and insightful. The author is a genuine expert with broad and long experience, and he acknowledges the individuality--no one solution helps everyone. But his advice has been a great help to me, especially by eliminating naps, exercising in the afternoon, going to bed a bit later and getting up a bit earlier--spending fewer hours in bed. But everyone is different. He also explains the ineffectiveness and hazards of pills and alcohol.
I praised Peter's book in a previous review and note that 25/31 reviewers share my high opinion of it. No book can please everyone, but the book/workbook combination may come closer.

If you really want to go into the details of your insomnia, the workbook offers a tested device to time your sleep onset. Research suggests people aren't accurate in estimating that from their experience. For example, a widely known and respected psychoanalyst slept in our lab and said, "You see! I didn't sleep at all." The physiological record demonstrated otherwise. (Research suggests such people are apt to be more aroused during their sleep than others.)

A complaint about this book by one reviewer was that it lacked a specific, detailed plan for self treatment. That lack is now corrected by the accompanying workbook. (Other reviewers and patients I've seen have felt the book alone gave them enough directions to succeed.)

Another complaint was that the book told of other sleep disorders and that seemed "filler." Reviewers refute that by describing how other disorders explained what seemed like simple insomnia. Its directions for dealing with possible sleep apnea or depression have probably saved lives and careers.

The book has been a gold standard for many years. Partly due to refinement, it's still a gold standard.

I sponsored many presentations on sleep at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey, about 1-4 of them for most of 25 years. Peter's teaching skill was demonstrated when his workshop was the one that grew in attendance as he taught. Experts who attended started detecting four times as many sleep disorders!

Of course no book will please everyone, but this book seems to have come close.
This book seems to be the gold standard for non-medical people like me with sleep disorders. I don't believe anything new has been written that's as informative as this book. It was recommended by my sleep disorders physician and my sleep disorders psychologist. I found it very helpful and I have referred back to it several times for support.
I purchased this book because my new sleep clinic doctor recommended that I read it before our second appointment (it was actually on a checklist that they give out to all new patients). This book would be a good starter book for someone who is just starting out with sleep problems. Having been seen at a few other sleep clinics in the past and having past my experiences of dealing with my chronic sleep issues, I feel as though this book was not good for me. All of the information presented were things that I had already done or learned about in the past. I found nothing new or helpful, and if anything, it was all more of a review along with skimming through things that did not apply to me at all.

The good thing about this book is that many of the things I had learned about in the past, tried, or that I am currently doing were in this book. Overall, I'd say that this is a good starter book from someone new to sleep issues, but keep in mind that it doesn't really explore things in depth very much and to me felt pretty basic.
Recommended by Mayo Clinic doctor (colleague of author). Ultimately, you answer some questions in the book that determine if you are anxious or depressed, then it advises you to see another doctor for pills. Not impressed.