It's not about sleeping. It's about living!
Finally, here's a simple, easy-to-follow, six-step program designed to make your sleeping hours more restful--and your waking hours more productive. Individualized to meet your specific needs, this revitalizing system empowers you to take control of your sleeping patterns in order to:
Overcome insomnia and other seemingly unmanageable sleep disorders
Increase your physical and mental energy
Reduce stress and anxiety
Enhance your self-esteem
Bolster your immune system and become more physically fit
Filled with humorous anecdotes and invaluable insights, as well as stress tests, self-quizzes, time planners, and more, The Sleep Management Plan will help you solve all your sleeping problems for good.
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Dale Hanson Bourke is the author of You Can Make Your Dreams Come True and Everday Miracles. She is founder and president of Publishing Directions, Inc., a magazine publishing firm. She has contributed to The Saturday Evening Post, Chicago Tribune, New Woman, Reader's Digest and various other publications. In 1986 she was named one of the Outstanding Young Women in America by Good Housekeeping magazine.From Publishers Weekly:
Bourke's ( You Can Make Your Dreams Come True ) basic idea is a good one: people should manage their sleeping hours much as they manage the waking hours--for maximum benefit and minimum waste. To that end, sheok suggests that we can probably cut the span of our nightly sleep by 30 minutes to two hours by making gradual adjustments and employing motivational techniques. It's certainly true that a proper amount of sleep, combined with dietary changes and regular exercise, can increase one's energy level. But Bourke's "plan" is often impractical (who can guarantee that he'll be able to keep the same bedtime for weeks on end?) and sketchy (her idea of motivation is "Just do it" or "I think I can, I think I can"). In the course of barely 100 pages, the author repeats herself (warm milk, a bromide, reappears like a recurrent dream), and her experts have surprisingly little of substance to say about sleep. Some suggestions are valuable, if obvious ("Eat enough, but not too much"), and the book may inspire readers to put into action dormant plans to stop wasting time. But the same could be said of a magazine story on the subject--which is what the author of this thin, overstretched volume might well have written instead. $40,000 ad/promo; author tour
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Book Description HarperOne, 1992. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110061042145
Book Description HarperOne, 1992. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0061042145