Super Sleep Method Book

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Super Sleep Method Book

14.95

Using simple habit forming techniques proven to work on over 22,000 people - the Super Sleep Method shows you how to:

Get to sleep quicker

Reduce the stress hormone cortisol

Get back to sleep easier if you wake

Have a deeper - better quality - sleep

Form routines that make it easier to get the sleep you need

Reduce anxiety, increase patience & feel calmer

Feel more together & emotionally resilient

Clarity of thought - enhance memory

Strengthen immune system 

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Includes:

The Super Sleep Method book - The most effective , non medicated, completely natural methods to improve sleep for adults and children - proven by sleep studies.  Book written by habit forming expert Sam Thorogood -  read mini bio here 

Super Sleep Method chapter headings & quote of support

My Guarantee To You
Your Approach
Some Facts About This Book
Why Do We Want Better Sleep? 
Defining The Problem Correctly We Nearly Have The Solution
Before We Begin Our Journey It Helps To Know Our Destination
One Vital Reminder - You Already Know How To Sleep
Better Sleep Environment
Dreamy - Darkness
Sleep - Smell  
Time - Temperature
Better Sleep - Tiny Actions
Wow - Walking
Fricking - Food
Brilliant - Breathing
Poses - Stretches
Causes - Cold Water
Sleep - Screens
Making It Easy - Making It Happen
The Easiest Way to Create Habits - Easy Habit Chains
The Most Important Action: 
Where To Begin With Children
Getting Back To Sleep If You Wake In The Night 

Bonus Sleep Actions
What Does Sam (the author of this book) Do Everyday To Maintain High Quality Sleep?
Final Word of Wisdom 

What the Mental Health Foundation think of our campaign for better sleep

Jenny Edwards CBE, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation says;

"Sleep is vital to a healthy mind and body and as important to our health as eating, drinking and breathing. Poor sleep is linked to physical problems such as a weakened immune system and mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.  But with increasingly busy lives it’s estimated that we now sleep around 90 minutes less each night than we did in the 1920s. If you add to this the large numbers who are known to have problems sleeping, it’s obvious that many people are now functioning in a permanently sleep-deprived state.  We are delighted to hear of the Tiny Pause Better Sleep initiative and wish it the greatest success, we hope it will be replicated all over Britain and reflected in increased and continuing good health."