“Insomnia has a wide variety of symptoms and a wide variety of causes, so what’s right for one person isn’t necessarily right for someone else. It’s important to define exactly what needs to be treated,” says Dr. Ruth Lever Kidson author of Say Goodbye to Sleepless Nights, which has just been published by Sphinx House.
“Practitioners using holistic therapies - such as herbalism or homeopathy or acupuncture - have been successfully treating insomnia for many years because their treatments are tailor-made for the individual patient,” says Dr. Kidson. In Say Goodbye to Sleepless Nights she helps readers to discover the cause of their sleeping problems and then guides them towards the right treatment, discussing eighteen different complementary therapies, numerous individual remedies and self help techniques and also giving an overview of behaviour therapy and an assessment of the pros and cons of sleeping tablets.
Say Goodbye to Sleepless Nights is available now as a Kindle download and is likely to be published as a paperback later this year. As a special promotion, the book will be offered as a free download from February 12th to 16th on Amazon websites.
Dr. Kidson, who is a medical hypnotherapist and experienced complementary therapy practitioner as well as a qualified doctor, is the author of several other books, including “Is Acupuncture Right For You” (published by Healing Arts Press).