First Steps Through Insomnia Paperback

by Simon Atkins;

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First Steps Through Insomnia

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In this short but comprehensive book, Dr. Simon Atkins tackles the causes of sleeplessness, and what we can do about it. Full of practical tips and ideas, this book will be the start of a proper night's sleep. Research suggests that over half of us have bouts of insomnia and that persistent sleep deprivation can increase the risk of conditions such as diabetes, depression and high blood pressure. The University of British Columbia suggests that every hour of sleep lost at night may cost us one IQ point the following day. And it is often a long-term issue: a quarter of people with insomnia have suffered from it for more than 10 years. 'First Steps' is a successful series of short, affordable self-help books on a range of key topics. Other titles in the series include: Menopause, Divorce, Weight Problems, Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Eating Disorders, Problem Gambling and Problem Drinking.

First Steps Through Insomnia by Simon Atkins was published by Lion Hudson in March 2014 and is our 39495th best seller. The ISBN for First Steps Through Insomnia is 9780745956206.

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Page last updated 5th September 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLion Hudson (March 2014)
Edition1st New edition
Number of Pages96
Thickness5 mm
Height179 mm
Width125 mm
Product Code4243217
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