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Book Review: Sleep Sense: Improve Your Sleep, Improve Your Health Book Review: Sleep Sense: Improve Your Sleep, Improve Your HealthWhile sleep is a natural and necessary function and the cornerstone of good health, whether we get enough sleep, or the right kind of sleep, is another issue altogether. In her new book, Sleep Sense: Improve Your Sleep, Improve Your Health, Katharina Lederle, Ph.D., answers all ...

Book Review: End the Insomnia Struggle Book Review: End the Insomnia StruggleSo much of how we live our lives depends on getting good sleep. If you have a poor night’s sleep, you feel tired all the following day, you may be more irritable, and things just don’t seem to go right. At least  a third of us ...

Book Review: The Power of When Book Review: The Power of WhenJust when you think there isn’t anything more to learn about yourself, a self-help book comes along to surprise you with a new way of looking at things. That was the pleasant surprise I received after reading The Power of When, the new book by ...

Book Review: The Secret Life of Sleep Book Review: The Secret Life of SleepKat Duff’s carefully researched, engagingly written, and wide-ranging The Secret Life of Sleep is an ode to sleep. The author documents the contemporary preoccupation with productivity, alertness, and cheating sleep. She points to the many ways we are urged along on that path, from breezy ...

Children's Dreams: Understanding the Most Memorable Dreams & Nightmares of Childhood My younger brother and I are in the back seat of our family’s van, parked on a steep hill. At the base of the hill is a lake or some other body of water. The ocean? My mother has stepped out of the car and ...

The Effortless Sleep Companion Having recently reviewed Sasha Stephens’s incredible (in my opinion) book, The Effortless Sleep Method, I’d like to share my opinion of her follow-up, The Effortless Sleep Companion. Again, I’m very impressed. Stephens knows her subject matter, and makes sure that the reader is left in no ...

The Effortless Sleep Method I’ve recently read a book which claims to cure insomnia. One of the main points it makes is that there’s no such thing as insomnia. Some may be tempted to hurl it at the wall at this stage; however, I persevered and I’m now almost ...

Nothing: A Portrait of Insomnia From the first sentence, Blake Butler’s poetic voice is clear. He writes: “Into the version of the sky above my house one afternoon when I was twelve, the nearby high school released a flood of pink balloons.” Throughout Nothing: A Portrait of Insomnia, Butler does ...

Into Your Dreams Into Your Dreams: Deciphering Your Unique Dream Symbology to Transform Your Waking Life, by Janece O. Hudson, Ed.D. is a comprehensive guide to unraveling the mystery of those nocturnal dialogues we call dreams. Unlike most dream books and interpretations, here is a personalized look based not ...

Book Review: Foundational Concepts in Neuroscience: A Brain-Mind Odyssey Book Review: Foundational Concepts in Neuroscience: A Brain-Mind OdysseyFor some reason, chemistry has always been hard for me to understand. Granted, it is a complex subject, so maybe it is hard for most people to understand. In Foundational Concepts in Neuroscience, Dr. David E. Presti tries to make chemistry understandable by laying a ...

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