The Well-Rested Woman
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The Well-Rested Woman

60 Soothing Suggestions for Getting a Good Night's Sleep

By Janet Kinosian
Written by former insomniac and longtime journalist Janet Kinosian, who cured herself by using these methods, The Well-Rested Woman offers sixty inventive ways to help any woman get a good night's sleep. Change your sleep by incorporating better habits into your daily life, such as:

  • Attuning your circadian rhythms
  • Uncovering your chronic sleep positions
  • Writing a sleep biography
  • Crying at night if you want to
  • Making friends with your nightmares
  • Using Feng Shui to bring on sleep
Filled with inspiring quotes and lists of sleep-promoting herbs and vitamins, The Well-Rested Woman is every woman's ultimate companion to a lifetime of rejuvenating, restful good nights.

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