:60 Second Sleep-Ease
Quick Tips to Get a Good Night's Rest
by Shawn Currie, Ph.D. and Keith Wilson, Ph.D.
Do you wake up several times a night and can't get back to sleep? Do you spend hours lying in bed hoping sleep will come? Do you feel dog-tired all day? Have you been using sleeping pills that no longer work?
If you, like 70 million Americans and countless millions worldwide, feel robbed of sleep, now you can finally achieve the rest you've desperately been seeking.
Using :60 Second strategies and techniques, this self-management program developed by Dr. Shawn Currie and Dr. Keith Wilson has proven effective for many patients with chronic insomnia. It will give you long-lasting relief from insomnia, without drugs, sleep aids or special equipment.
You will learn how to quickly erase poor sleeping habits, make lifestyle improvements, put into practice stimulus control procedures and use relaxation techniques to finally get the rest desired. The progam will also help you master the critical :60 Second steps to control sleep problems and monitor and track your progress using a daily sleep diary.
In a time when everyone works longer hours, commutes farther, does more and sleeps less, :60 Second Sleep-Ease is a necessity no weary adult should be without.
"Exceptional...offer[s] ways to efficient, quality night's
sleep through imagery and lifestyle."
— Today's Books
Shawn Currie, Ph.D., teaches psychology and psychiatry at the University of Calgary and is a member of the American and Canadian Psychological Associations. Dr. Currie's studies on the treatment of insomnia and chronic pain have been widely published. In 2002, he received the President's New Researcher Award from the Canadian Psychological Association. Dr. Currie presents clinical workshops and lectures widely on insomnia. He is on staff at the Foothills Hospital in Alberta, Canada, where he also resides.
Keith Wilson, Ph.D., the co-author of over forty research articles and contributor to numerous books on psychological issues, received his doctoral degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is a clinical psychologist in Ontario, Canada, and works in the areas of sleep disorders, chronic illness, disability and pain management. He is on staff at The Rehabilitation Centre in Ottawa, where he also resides.
A New Horizon Press Release
6 x 9, 176 pages
LC #2001089196, world rights
ISBN: 0-88282-212-8 (pb), $13.95