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Guide to end the insomnia struggle: 1 minute book review.

End the Insomnia Struggle – by Dr. Colleen Ehrnstrom and Dr. Alisha Brosse

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We’ve reviewed sleep books before, and we always try to recommend books that have something a little different than the rest, so what makes this one stand out?

While there is the usual quick overview of the basics that we’re sure you already know (sleep hygiene etc), most of the attention here is given to cold, hard clinical psychology… in a highly personalized way.

How, you may ask, can they personalize a book, that is the same for everyone?

The answer is, by guiding the reader through examining our own situation. With template logbooks, worksheets, and the like—for this reason we recommend getting a paper copy of the book, rather than the Kindle version, in case you’d like to use/photocopy those.

Essentially, reading this book is much like having your own psychologist (or two) to guide you through finding a path to better sleep.

The therapeutic approach, by the way, is a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance-Commitment Therapy (ACT), which work very well together here.

Bottom line: if you’ve changed your bedsheets and turned off your electronic devices and need something a little more, this book is the psychological “big guns” for removing the barriers between you and good sleep.

Click here to check out End the Insomnia Struggle, and end yours once and for all!

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