- Tapa blanda: 296 páginas
- Editor: Hay House UK (6 de septiembre de 2016)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1781808368
- ISBN-13: 978-1781808368
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3 opiniones de clientes
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Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 6 sep 2016
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Sleep Smarter is the first book I recommend to leaders who want to achieve peak performance. Most people try to maximize their "time" when the real secret to productivity is to maximize your energy, and that begins with getting enough great sleep. This book will quickly put you to sleep...in a good way. (Kevin Kruse, New York Times bestselling author)
If you're not sleeping, you're not healthy. Shawn Stevenson helps unravel our modern sleep crisis with clarity and focused solutions that can start helping you tonight. A must-read. (Dr Pedram Shojai, award-winning filmmaker, founder of Well.Org, and author of The Urban Monk)
Shawn Stevenson has thrown a spotlight on the disease of insomnia and lack of sleep that is killing so many of us. This book is the perfect introduction to the tools and strategies that could fix your broken sleep. (Alexandra Jamieson, bestselling author and costar of the hit movie Super Size Me)
We've all read books on the importance of eating healthy and exercise, but sleep is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle that many people overlook. Sleep Smarter has everything the average person needs to become a "professional sleeper" to further enhance their quality of life. (Drew Manning, New York Times bestselling author of Fit2Fat2Fit)
The fact is, to be happy, healthy, and productive, we need to get enough sleep. Sleep Smarter is a terrific resource for anyone who wants a great night's rest. (Gretchen Rubin, New York Times bestselling author of Better Than Before and The Happiness Project)
If you suffer from disrupted sleep, it's practically all you can think about so this book could be a life-saver... A solid guide whether you're a full-blown insomniac or a restless sleeper. (Monica Cafferky Daily Express 2016-08-04)
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Unlock Your Body's Natural Ability to Sleep Soundly, Boost Energy and Lose Weight!
When it comes to health, there is one criminally overlooked element: sleep. Good sleep helps you shed fat for good, stave off disease, stay productive and improve virtually every function of your mind and body. When a degenerative bone disease crushed Shawn Stevenson's dream of becoming a professional athlete and restricted his ability to function normally in daily life, Shawn took his health into his own hands. Through better sleep and optimized nutrition, he not only healed his body but also achieved fitness and business goals he never thought possible.
Now in Sleep Smarter, Shawn shares easy tips and tricks to discover the best sleep and best health of your life. With a 14-Day Sleep Makeover, you'll learn:
- How to create the ideal sleep sanctuary
- How to hack sunlight to regulate your circadian rhythms
- Which clinically proven sleep nutrients and supplements you need and why
- Stress-reduction exercises and fitness tips to keep you mentally and physically sharp... and more!
Sleep Smarter is the much-needed guide for achieving the rest, energy and life you truly deserve.Ver Descripción del producto
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All clichés and some mumbo jumbo. He also references often his website/"method" several times in the book.
Almost 10% of the book are the pages at the end with literally the copy&paste web browser links as "sources" plus extra advertisement from other unrelated books.
Terrible read, cannot recommend it.
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What's great about Stevenson's book is that he has a really full spectrum approach to getting better sleep. Some of them are obvious, like the classic early to bed, early to rise tip. But did you know that the body's rejuvenation mechanisms are amped between 10pm and 2am?
It's science backed information like this that really helps. It's one thing to know that its better to get to sleep earlier, but quite another to learn that there's a real qualitative difference between sleeping between x and y hours. Common sense would dictate that you have to get x hours of sleep (I usually just get six, but we should be getting more, though Stevenson doesn't lay down the law on a number, instead focusing on better sleep quality), but who cares when we get it?
It turns out that when you go to sleep, when you wake up, and which hours your body is resting are very important.
The other point I'll make is that you may be reading this and saying "whatever." 21 tips? I can get this from the internet. But, back to my wife. I recently read a book called Paleo Fitness for Dummies, which is quite a good book in its own right. The authors of Paleo Fitness recommend some of the same things that Stevenson does, namely, try to cut out the electronic sources of lights 90 minutes before sleep and to go to sleep around or before 10 p.m. I tried to share this idea with my wife and she just laughed in my face. But after reading Sleep Smarter, she is buying in.*
So, here's the point: sure, you can probably find information on many of these topics on the internet. Stevenson recommends meditation. There's plenty of information on meditation. Stevenson recommends light therapy. There's plenty of information out there. But, sometimes you need to convince people to buy in. Stevenson does such a good job assembling this information and presenting it in a compelling style, that it is well worth a few of your hard earned dollars.
And maybe the person you will convince to buy in is you.
* I actually labeled this advice the bad in my review of Paleo Fitness!
Some of the advice is very, very aspirational. The sleep section contains some great points, but who is going to completely shut down from the internet/tv at 8pm, be in bed by 10pm, and up before 7am? My wife just laughed at me when I read it out." http://www.amazon.com/review/R3FV78V733RKDW/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm
Appreciation shoutout: I discovered Sleep Smarter through a podcast called The Man Project with Ted Ryce. Like the book, this podcast has wonderful and surprising life improving tips. I recommend it. Check it out.
We appreciated the author's sense of humor and practicality - for example, giving options for how to continue having coffee, vs. all or nothing solutions, and other "hacks" to help us integrate suggestions in our every day lives that can't always accommodate a perfect implementation.
I had never heard of this author and didn't purchase the book based on his podcast. My daughter's doctor mentioned the role of sleep deprivation in weight management and recommended we look at her sleep habits as a possible cause for her unexplained weight gain. I thought this was strange as it seemed she was getting a lot of sleep, but looking closer at her habits, we realized she was not sleeping well and was tired all the time as a 16 year old. I had not thought about the timing and other factors impacting the quality of her sleep, not to mention mine or my husband's, and I was searching for answers about my own fatigue and recently night waking in spite of good diet and what I thought was adequate exercise. In looking for more information I found this book, and we've been applying these ideas as a whole family.
I'm 3 chapters in and I'm already going to give this 5 stars. It's literally that good. It's very digestable, very organized, the author is clearly a "teacher" (by another teacher's standards) and knows what to say, how to say it, how to connect with people, and has a natural humor that makes it very compelling to keep listening (or in this case reading). I'm already enthralled 3 chapters and I'll probably finish the book before the week is over.
I already heard about the getting to sleep at the proper time. I've been doing it for about a week and already my outlook and attitude has changed completely.
Also... Whoever decided on the cover, font, layout and all of that... incredible job. I know how hard it is to nail those things down but nail them down you did. Great typeset, comfortable line height, everything was beautiful.