The Great Sleep Checklist, 100 Obstacles To & Strategies for Better Sleep

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Tired of fishing thru book after book, looking for insomnia relief? The Great Sleep Checklist is a concise worksheet of the obstacles to a peaceful night's sleep, plus strategies for specific types of sufferers including those with ADHD, worriers, and aging women and men. This book contains all the best advice for sleeping well in a short, well-written format. More

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About Marti Johnson

Marti Johnson is a well known reporter and journalist, formerly with ABC News, Hearst Television and Tribune.
Ms. Johnson grew up in a small town outside of Salt Lake City, Utah; graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University and makes her home currently in Washington, DC.
A life-long insomniac, her parents often woke hearing noises in the kitchen and found their sleepless daughter having a glass of milk and an oatmeal cookie at 1 o'clock in the morning. As an adult, her career has added to the problem. Long hours reporting in various locations around the country and the need to work the graveyard shift led to many sleepless nights and red-eyed days.
To alleviate this situation, she tried everything from hot baths to extra workouts to prescription drugs and says the prescriptions were the least helpful. "I usually woke up a deep sleep but feeling unrested."
In her first book, she offers everything she learned over years of study, and the solutions she worked out. After years of trial and error, she compiled her strategies for relief and the checklist that any insomniac needs to get Great Sleep. In her second "Great Checklist" book, she provides all the advice and tidbits from years of reading health, medical and weight research and her own personal research. The Great Checklists are books that provide valuable research for busy readers at an incredibly low price.

About the Series: The Great Checklist Books
How much is your time worth? The Great Checklist book series are research projects designed to save time for busy readers. The author, a former network news reporter, has spent years researching various problems and compiles the research, science and anecdotal solutions in a concisely written "book." The books synthesize her hours of research into one very reasonably priced guide so readers don't waste hours sleuthing answers for themselves.

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Review by: Stacy Fuller on July 21, 2013 : (no rating)
Some really good sleep strategies. I've been having a really difficult time sleeping, so I think this will help. Especially liked the night routine tips. I think I'm also going to try some of the recommended supplements/herbal remedies.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Jennifer LeBaron on July 20, 2013 :
I really enjoyed this book. I don't generally have trouble sleeping, but my husband often does, and let's face it, when he's restless and awake, we both are. It's nice to have such a comprehensive list of issues to address and strategies to attempt so we can both hopefully achieve that perfect night's sleep. Because you know what they say; if momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Lonni L-Barker on July 19, 2013 :
Where was this handbook years ago? I loved how it is concise, conversational and oh, so helpful. Thanks for saving me the time of wading through a gazillion self-help sleeping books to glean this. I have several friends who will like me, benefit from this handy handbook.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Terry O'Reilly on July 19, 2013 :
Smart. Practical. Actionable.

The author wastes no time in getting to the heart of the matter with solid suggestions on things to try when your "Z's count" is low. And while the advice may help you sleep, the ebook won't put you there.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Fred C on July 19, 2013 :
Great short read on insomnia. Nice and concise. The author is right about my insomnia being caused by several different things.
It's nice having all the different "tips" in one place and her suggestions about how to fix the problem are intriguing. I can't wait to try the "Sleep Like a Baby" strategy. Where's my blankie? LOL! Thanks and GOOD NIGHT.
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