Did you sleep well last night? 51 per cent of us now struggle to get a good night's sleep - so, if you did have problems sleeping, you're certainly not alone. However, there are methods you can use to help you break the vicious cycle of insomnia and get a good night's sleep. Traditional sleep advice suggests you can solve all your sleep problems with a warm milky drink or a bath before bed - or even getting addictive prescription sleeping tablets from your doctor. However, while these methods might help for a little while, they don't work in the long-term. In this book, Guy Meadows, founder of pioneering sleep clinic The Sleep School, turns conventional advice on its head. Using a scientifically proven mixture of mindfulness and ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy), he provides a plan for helping you retrain your brain to sleep naturally - without any reliance on drugs or any other sleep aids. Straight-forward, yet remarkably effective, this programme will help you achieve good quality sleep on a regular basis - so you can get back to enjoying your life again.
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Dr Guy Meadows is a sleep physiologist and the founder of pioneering sleep clinic The Sleep School. He has a doctorate degree in sleep from Imperial College and has been working in sleep for the past 10 years. He has spent over 12,000 hours working with more than 2,000 insomniacs. He has also received additional training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy at Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) at Mindfulness Training Ltd. Guy is a regular presenter on Daybreak as a sleep expert and has featured in many other papers and magazines. http://thesleepschool.org
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