Sleep Solution - why your sleep is broken and how to fix it

FROM the man dubbed the 'Sleep Whisperer' comes a brand-new approach to fixing your sleep, once and for all.

Challenging the reader to take control and to stop hiding behind excuses for a bad night's sleep, neurologist W. Chris Winter explains the basic, often counterintuitive rules of sleep science.

Dr Winter explores many revolutionary findings, including surprising solutions for insomnia and other sleep disturbances, empowering readers to stop taking sleeping pills and enjoy the best sleep of their lives.

Written in a clear and entertaining way, The Sleep Solution contains tips, tricks, exercises, and illustrations throughout.

Dr Winter is an international expert on sleep and has helped many thousands of patients - including professional athletes - rest better at night. Now, he's ready to help you. 'I call Dr. Winter a sleep whisperer.

Through his work with top athletes, he's found an amazingly effective way to show that sleep can be the ultimate performance enhancer - in sports, at work, and in every aspect of our lives.'

Dr Winter is an internationally recognised sleep medicine specialist, as well as a neurologist.

His unique way of explaining sleep has made him a highly sought after speaker and consultant for professional sports organisations.

Since 2008, Dr Winter has served as the Men's Health Magazine Sleep Advisor. He regularly blogs for The Huffington Post, and has written or contributed material to a wide variety of print outlets including Women's Health, Runner's World, Triathlete, and Details.

RRP: $29.99.

WRITTEN BY: W. Chris Winter.

PUBLISHED BY: Scribe.


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