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The Myth of 8 Hours, the Power of Naps, and the New Plan to Recharge Your Body and Mind

Proven solutions for a better night’s sleep, from the “sleep guru” to elite athletes

One-third of our lives–3,000 hours a year–is spent trying to sleep. The hours we spend in bed shape our moods, motivation, alertness, decision-making skills, creativity…in short, our ability to perform. But most of us have disturbed, restless nights, relying on over-stimulation from caffeine and sugar to drag us through the day. It’s time for a new approach. Endorsed by professionals in sports and business, Sleep shares a new program to be your personal best: learn how to map your unique sleep cycle, optimize your environment for recovery, and cope with the demands of this fast-paced, tech-driven world. Sleep your way to a more confident, successful, and happier you.
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Genre: Mind, Body, Spirit / Health & Fitness / Sleep & Sleep Disorders

On Sale: March 6th 2018

Price: $9.99

Page Count: 208

ISBN-13: 9780738234632

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"This is a tremendously exciting development and one I wholeheartedly support. Nick Littlehales ... enables players to maximize the quality and consistency of their sleep and in turn their overall performance."—Sir Alex Ferguson, former manager, Manchester United Football Club
"Nick Littlehales wants to redefine the very meaning of the word 'sleep.'"—Daily Telegraph
"Nick Littlehales has reconfigured the bedrooms of a legion of international sporting stars . . . He has a unique and encyclopedic knowledge."—Guardian
"Sleep guru Nick Littlehales trains elite athletes to get the best possible rest."—Daily Mail