Sleep is a matter of LIFE AND DEATH. When we can’t sleep, we suffer in our productivity, mood, our relationships and our physical health. Not sleeping CAN BE THE DEATH OF YOU. What do you know about sleep? Don’t sell it short.
In this book, readers will learn about:
Why we MUST sleep
How the brain uses sleep to clean up the day’s toxins
How sleep is related to dementia
Common sleep disorders
The power of naps
Sleep and our immune system and medical disorders such as diabetes
What “sleep hygiene” means
How computer screens and cell phone blue light affect our sleep cycle.
The meaning of “sleep debt”
You’ll find a useful test to see whether you are a “lark” or an “owl” and when you are at your best in terms of sleep. For extra measure, there’s a test to gauge your stress level and how that affects your sleep.
Why are corporations encouraging employees to sleep on the job? Packed with useful references to important sleep articles you’ll want to read to inform yourself about sleep and how important it is. Don’t sell sleep short or it WILL kill you.
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Dr. Patricia A. Farrell is a clinical psychologist expert for WebMD, a licensed psychologist in NJ and Florida, with over 30 years experience in mental health, having worked in community mental health, psychiatric research (Alzheimer’s research), private practice, EAP programs, nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, trained police officers and taught on the college level for over 20 years. She’s also consulted to pharmaceutical and communications firms. A published author, Dr. Farrell is a biographee in Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who of American Women. Her books include “How to Be Your Own Therapist” and “A Social Security Psychological Claims Handbook” and other self-help/consumer information books.
She has also appeared on major TV shows such as The Today Show, AC360, The View, Court TV, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, CNN, and radio around the world. Frequently quoted in major media such as newspapers and magazines.