Sleeping Your Way to the Top: How to Get the Sleep You Need to Succeed

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2016 - HEALTH & FITNESS - 277 pages
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Many people today believe that the less sleep you get, the more productive you are. But two nationally recognized experts are here to debunk that myth and show that sufficient sleep and success go hand in hand. A groundbreaking collaboration between certified clinical sleep educator Terry Cralle, RN, and sleep psychologist W. David Brown, PhD, Sleeping Your Way to the Top presents the ultimate wake-up call for ambitious people who wish to achieve maximum performance. Based on compelling new research, it provides the latest clinically proven techniques for getting quality rest, achieving maximum productivity, and overcoming common sleep impediments to enhance your career. Featuring sidebars, charts, and illustrations, this book finally takes the stigma out of sleep.

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Terry Cralle, RN, MS, is cofounder of a four-bed sleep disorders center in Virginia, and a nationally recognized sleep health consultant, educator, and advocate. Her work in the field of sleep medicine has ranged from patient care to clinical research and continuing education for nurses. As a certified clinical sleep educator, she is a highly sought-after consultant and speaker for schools, corporations, hospitals, and community organizations, as well as for the hospitality, travel, and bedding industry. Terry works closely with the International Sleep Products Association, Start School Later, and the Pajama Program. She is the national spokesperson for the Better Sleep Council.


William David Brown, PhD, DABSM, CBSM (diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine) has treated hundreds of patients for a full range of sleep disorders while serving as the clinical director of several hospital-based and free-standing sleep centers. A sleep psychologist at Children's Medical Center in Dallas, he is the primary clinician diagnosing and treating pediatric insomnia using behavioral techniques. Dr. Brown is also assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, where he obtained his training in sleep medicine. He has written numerous articles on the subject for academic journals, as well as coauthored and contributed chapters to books on sleep medicine.

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