On the 4th March 2021, my debut self-help sleep book, Navigating Sleeplessness, will be published by Trigger. This book is available in all good bookshops, and will even be available in the US from 1st April in Target, and Walmart.
We are experiencing a sleeplessness epidemic, but we can all take steps to improve the quality of our sleep. We all sleep differently. The key to sleeping well is to develop good habits that work for you. In my book you will learn to understand your patterns and discover what works, so that you can build and maintain a healthy personal sleep plan. This book offers actionable strategies and step-by-step solutions to develop better sleep, using self-care and self-compassion. You will discover how to:
- Understand the difference between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ sleep.
- Cope better with temporary sleeplessness.
- Begin to unlearn unhelpful sleeping habits.
- Challenge your misconceptions about how well, or badly, you sleep.
- Practice tailored self-care that’s likely to lead to improved sleep.
In the past month, I have been featured in several Newspapers and Blogs answering questions on sleep topics from white noise, the pros and cons of napping and sleep position. You can check them out here:
The Times article about Boris Johnson’s napping
Facebook Live talk about all things sleep with Gemma at Prosperity Kitchen
Netdoctor blog about The Best Sleeping Positions
And So To Bed blog post – Napping: Should I nap?
Woman and Home article about White Noise