Good Sleep for Brain Health by M. Chris Wolf PhD
Sleep Better Tonight for a Better Memory Tomorrow

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Good Sleep for Brain Health
WARNING: Do not buy this book unless you are tired of being tired and want good sleep and brain health.
Will you wake up tomorrow feeling more rested than you did today?
Can I really develop a plan of action with the Quick Start Guide?
Learn why some people can go right to sleep and how YOU can join them.
Good sleep and brain health is a faster and less stressful way to get to sleep.
And the material is presented free of jargon.
If you can't sleep well, you are not alone. Tonight across the globe many people will be struggling with how to get a better night's sleep and find an insomnia cure.
Many will ask:
* Why can't I better sleep? * Is my brain health damaged by poor sleep? * Do I have depression and anxiety aggravated by poor sleep? * Do sleep problems cause weight gain? In Good Sleep and Brain Health you will learn how:
*Obesity and sleep loss are related *How diabetes can be affected by poor sleep. *If blood pressure is made worse by sleep problems *How sleep is disrupted by Parkinson's disease.
Have you ever wondered?
*What is the importance of sleep to memory? *What are the benefits of sleep? *How can I fall asleep instantly? *How do you define insomnia?
Sleep Better for Brain Health is designed to provide answers to these questions and help you improve memory and overall brain health. The book is a practical guide for people with insomnia and avoids technical and academic jargon.
Sleep Better for Brain Health provides a Real Plan for an insomnia cure.
As you begin to sleep better your overall brain health and mood improves.
Have you ever considered?
*If journaling can help sleep. *What nightmares are all about? *If nutrition and certain foods affect sleep.
Now you can really learn:
*Do drugs really cure insomnia? *How sleep can improve your memory? *What is the fatigue solution? *If insomnia can be fatal?
Read Good Sleep for Better Brain Health today because you will learn:
*Six basic principles based upon research that has been shown to help most people with insomnia sleep better. *How better sleep can improve your mood. *Secrets of the foods that facilitate sleep and rest. *How to reduce the anxiety around getting to sleep.
Order the book now if you are wondering about:
*What is a sleep debt? *What are sleep patterns? *What are sleep stages? *What are sleep deprivation effects on my body and brain?
A memory problem from poor sleep is often a result of sleep disorders and insomnia. Brain health can be seriously affected if sleep deprivation becomes persistent. We now know that anxiety, depression and other emotional disorders so common today can be caused by or made worse by sleep disorders.
The effects of poor sleep on psychological health are a major problem.
Suggestions for overcoming worry and anxiety are given. The Worry System is presented as a cure for trouble getting to sleep.
Good sleep also looks at ways sleep problems can contribute to sadness and depression and provides suggestions for help in these important areas. The role of anger and irritabilityare also reviewed and methods for positive change are made.
What is sleep restriction and how can that be an insomnia cure?
Sleep restriction is presented as an effective approach for many in overcoming the ravages of ongoing sleep problems. Research has shown it to be one of the most effective approaches to better sleep.
The book concludes with instructions on How to Sleep Better Now.
You can sleep better and improve your brain health, even if only a little.
Order now so you can get started!

About M. Chris Wolf PhD

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Dr. Chris Wolf is a clinical and neuropsychologist who is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Georgia. He is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology and also Behavioral Health Practice. He is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist. Dr. Wolf has been a Clinical Neuropsychologist with the Department of the Army since 2009. He diagnoses and treats active duty soldiers returning from combat who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, PTSD and sleep disturbances. Prior to his current practice, he was the Director of Psychology for five years with the Rehabilitation Hospital of South Jersey where he worked extensively with geriatric patients who had suffered stroke and with person who survived traumatic and acquired brain injury. During his career, Dr. Wolf has consulted to subacute rehabilitation and long-term care facilities. He is the founder of He lives with his wife Gail, son Ryan and Labrador Bambi in the greater Atlanta area.
Published November 30, 2012 by Memory Loss Facts. 110 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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