For about one-third of every day, you just lie there. Yet, without sufficient sleep, we wouldn't be able to perform, remember anything or even feel healthy.
Sleep really is the cornerstone of life.
Unfortunately, many people are sleep deprived. Sleep disorders like insomnia and sleep apnea can have a detrimental impact on the quality of your life.
I have good news for you though: You can take back control of your life.
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In this book, you will learn:What sleep is and how it worksWhy we sleep, and how much we needWhy we dreamWhat sleep disorders are, andWhy seven common sleeping myths are not true
But real change comes from taking action.
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Writing with the same admixture of philosophical inquiry, aesthetic curiosity, wacky word-play, quick-witted word portrait, and irreverent humor that is threaded through all of his work, Phil Cousineau has created a modern chrestomathy that reflects his dual passion for learning and teaching. The Accidental Aphorist: A Curiosity Cabinet of Aphorisms, Maxims, Epigrams, Pochades and Pensées, Gnomic Sayings, Laconics, Notebook Jottings, Back Thoughts, and Afterthoughts, is meant to stoke and provoke, jolt and cajole the idling imagination.
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