Author: Tracy Marks MD
Genre: Health, Mind & Body
Release: February 1, 2011
Paperback: 162 pages
Publisher: Bascom Hill
My Copy: Publisher
Reviewer: A. Kerr
5 out of 5 Robots!
About the Book:
Sleep disorders plague a frightening percentage of the population, and many people who have problems sleeping simply learn to live with their affliction. But at what cost? Sleep disorders can affect all aspects of life, from school and work to personal relationships to mental health. Because of the myriad types of sleep disorders and the equally numerous treatment methods, there is no quick fix for all suffers.
Master Your Sleep is for those who are looking for answers. Dr. Tracey Marks explains how and why we sleep and delves into the many types and potential causes of sleep disruption. Master Your Sleep will help readers understand their sleep patterns and provides an extremely through exploration of potential treatments, from herbal and prescription medications to a variety of therapies. From the simple to the complex, Dr. Marks explains the potential risks and benefits found in all treatment methodologies.
Master Your Sleep is an invaluable addition to the libraries of those who suffer from sleep disorders and family members of sufferers. Stop "living with" your sleep disorder and take action to end it.
Master Your Sleep was a great informative book. It has two main parts, understanding sleep and sleep solutions. I loved reading the part about understanding sleep because it told me everything I needed to know about how much sleep is appropriate for every member of my family, the results of not getting enough sleep, and some main causes of sleep loss. The sleep solutions were just as great. Many of them are things I was able to put to work immediately to help me sleep better. Because I am pregnant, a mother and a student sleep is usually hard to find time for but with these simple tips I am now not only getting more sleep, but better sleep. Master Your Sleep also has some great ideas on how to get your children to sleep better and/or at more regular times.
Master Your Sleep is a great book to read cover to cover or to use as a reference for all your sleep questions. I highly recommend making it part of your library.