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Restful Insomnia - How to Get the Benefits of Sleep Even When You Can't - cover

Restful Insomnia - How to Get the Benefits of Sleep Even When You Can't

Sondra Kornblatt

Publisher: Conari Press

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“Filled with insightful ways of bringing peace to insomnia. It re-visions insomnia as a journey of the spirit . . . the book to read when you can’t sleep.” —Donna Eden, author of Energy Medicine 
 
If you’ve suffered from countless nights of sleep deprivation, then this book is essential to helping you thrive in the night.Sondra Kornblatt highlights many techniques that will help insomniacs gain the benefits of sleep without ever having to sleep. If you can’t fall asleep, then this is the book for you! 
 
Meditate for a second, take a deep breath . . . and know that you are not alone! There are over seventy million people in America who have trouble sleeping. Moving through everyday life without proper sleep can be frustrating and alarming but with this book you will learn how to properly function from your lack of sleep. If you can’t fall asleep, Sondra teaches the importance of an evening ritual to create internal rest. Restful Insomnia teaches you how to:Bring rest to the body with a unique form of night yogaQuiet the mind through guided meditationQuell the soul’s worries through night writing 
 
Instead of leaving your bed worn out by sleeplessness, you will leave your bed refreshed and ready to conquer the day. Restful Insomnia gives you tools to thrive while functioning on little to no sleep. 
 
“Wonderfully creative solutions for the hopeless insomniac, transforming worry and sleepless nights into deep eazzzzzzze.” —Deanna Minich, PhD, author of The Rainbow Diet
Available since: 01/01/2010.
Print length: 224 pages.

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