The Woman's Book of Sleep

The Woman's Book of Sleep

A Complete Resource Guide

Book - 2001
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Until very recently, the majority of sleep research was conducted on male populations. Researchers have found, however, that sleep is as important to a woman's health as nutrition and exercise, yet the vast majority of women do not get enough of it.

In The Woman's Book of Sleep, author and women's sleep specialist Amy Wolfson helps you understand what kinds of physiological or psychological factors are contributing to your troubled sleep. The book reviews the variety of intervention strategies that are thought to enhance sleep and offers tips on what really works. A unique appendix helps you tap sleep disorder resources, including local centers and sleep associations.

Publisher: Oakland, Calif. : New Harbinger ; [S.l.] : distributed by Publishers Group West, 2001
ISBN: 9781572242494
1572242493
Characteristics: xiii, 217 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Lee, Kathryn A

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