Tired of Not Sleeping?: Wholistic Program for a Good Night's Sleep

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 Detailing the latest information on the correct use of antidepressants and sleeping pills and comparing them against natural herbal and nutritional sleeping remedies, this extensive guide illustrates that there are gentler, more natural ways to get optimal sleep at night. Providing in-depth examples of which supplements and foods help the brain and nervous system relax, examining the properties of the sleep hormone melatonin, covering aromatherapy benefits, and discussing behavioral and relaxation therapy, this handy resource provides extensive avenues for easy alternative remedies.

A wholistic program for a good night's sleep. This book provides you with practical stategies for 68 things that stop you sleeping. Up to date information is given on antidepressant drugs and sleeping.

The latest information is given on:

  •     The correct use of anti-depressant drugs and sleeping pills
  •     Natural herbal and nutritional sleeping remedies
  •     Supplements and foods to help your brain and nervous system relax
  •     The sleep hormone melatonin
  •     Aromatherapy
  •     Behavioral and relaxation therapy 

This book gives you holistic solutions for 68 things that could be stopping you from sleeping, such as -

  •     Anxiety & panic attacks
  •     Sleep apnoea & snoring
  •     Painful joints & muscles
  •     Bladder problems
  •     Respiratory infections
  •     Allergies
  •     Bowel & intestinal problems
  •     Hormonal imbalances
  •     Night sweats
  •     Hot flushes
  •     Itching skin
  •     Burning feet
  •     Weight excess
  •     Jet lag
  •     Nightmares & fears
  •     Muscle cramps & spasms
  •     Restless legs
  •     Tinnitus
  •     Trauma & grief
  •     Depression

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About the author

Dr Sandra Cabot  MBBS, DRCOG

Dr Cabot is the Medical and Executive Director of the Australian National Health Advisory Service. She graduated with honours in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Adelaide in South Australia in 1975.

Dr Cabot began her medical career in 1980 as a GP Obstetrician-Gynaecologist and practised in Sydney Australia. During the mid 1980s she spent time working as a volunteer doctor at the Leyman hospital, which was the largest missionary hospital in Northern India. 

Sandra is the author of the Liver Cleansing Diet - best selling non-fiction book of the 90ís and has authored and co-authored more than twenty books on health and nutrition.

Dr Cabot is an experienced commercial pilot and flies herself to seminars throughout Australia, often visiting remote areas. Sandra and her Beechcraft Baron aircraft do regular work for the Angel Flight Charity, which provides free transport for patients with chronic and severe disabilities in remote Australian areas.

Dr Cabot has conducted health seminars all over the world and has lectured numerous health organisations such as The American Liver Foundation and the Annual Hepatitis Symposium. She still has an active medical practice and does research into liver diseases. Her unique online liver check up is free and available at www.liverdoctor.com

Dr Cabot believes that the most important health issues for people today are -

  • The control of obesity and the prevention of diabetes
  • Educating our children about self esteem, good diet and healthy lifestyle
  • Making hormone replacement therapy safe and as natural as possible
  • The use of specific nutritional supplements to treat and prevent diseases
  • Educating doctors and naturopaths so that they can work together using evidence based holistic medicine to achieve the best outcomes for patients
  • The effective treatment of mental and emotional illness
  • A supportive and well educated community where people have the confidence and knowledge to find the best health care


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