Most of us have difficulty sleeping at some point in our lives. In The Little Book of Sleep, physiologist, sleep and stress-management expert Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan reassures us that deep, restorative sleep is accessible to all. By making simple but effective changes to your lifestyle, practising body-awareness exercises and exploring what you really value in life, you too can discover deep, restorative sleep.
About the Book A fully illustrated guide to achieving deep, natural, clean sleep from leading sleep expert, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan. The Little Book of Sleep is a beautifully colour-illustrated guide to achieving deep, natural, clean sleep. Dr Nerina Ramlakhan explains why a good night’s sleep is essential in today’s demanding, technology-driven world, introduces us to the science of sleep, and teaches us that the secret of good sleep is to get out of our head and back into our body. By using a unique combination of Eastern and Western practices, including yoga, ayurveda and body-awareness techniques, and introducing us to her 10 Steps to Great Sleep, Dr Nerina guides the reader on their personal journey back to sleep.
On the Back of the Book In this fast-paced, demanding world we need deep, restorative sleep to face life with courage and resilience.
We each have the innate ability to sleep deeply and natually. Drawing on Western science and Eastern practices, this beautifully illustrated guide to sleep teaches that, by making better choices in our waking hours, we can positively influence our sleep.
Bursting with invaluable tools, activities and techniques, including the 10 Steps to Great Sleep, this little book will help you discover the art of natural sleep.
Total Pages: 96, paperback
About the Author Dr Nerina Ramlakhan has been a professional physiologist and sleep therapist for 25 years. She works with a number of corporate clients, runs sleep and wellness programmes at Nightingale Hospital in London, and is also the sleep adviser to the Silentnight bed company. She is author of Tired But Wired(Souvenir Press, 2010) and Fast Asleep, Wide Awake (Harper Thorsons, 2016) and her work has been featured in newspapers and magazines including The Telegraph, The Times, the Guardians, New Scientist, Healthy Living and Psychologies. She has also appeared on numerous national TV and radio programmes. Nerina is a mother, climber, marathon runner, meditator and compulsive bookworm. She lives in London.
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