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The Seven-Day Sleep Prescription: Seven Days To Unlocking Your Best Rest – by Dr. Aric Prather

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You probably already know about sleep hygiene. So, what does this book have to offer?

Dr. Aric Prather offers seven days’ worth of adjustments, practices to take up, from when you get up in the morning to when you lay your head down at night.

Some you’ll surely be familiar with, like avoiding blue light and social media at night.

Others, you might not be familiar with, like scheduling 15 minutes for worrying in the daytime. The rationale for this one is that when you find yourself inclined to worry at a time that will keep you awake, you’ll know that you can put off such thoughts to your scheduled “worrying time”. That they’ll be addressed then, and that you can thus sleep soundly meanwhile.

Where the book really comes into its own is in such things as discussing how to not just manage sleep debt, but how to actually use it in your favour.

Nor does Dr. Prather shy away from the truths of our world… That the world these days is not built for us to sleep well. That there are so many other priorities; to get our work done, to succeed and achieve, to pay bills, to support our kids and partners. That so many of these things make plenty of sense in the moment, but catch up with us eventually.

Bottom line: what this book aims to give is a genuinely sustainable approach to sleeping—controlling what we can, and working with what we can’t. If you’d like to have a better relationship with sleep, this book is an excellent choice.

Click here to check out the Seven-Day Sleep Prescription, and improve yours!

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