Books on Sleep Disorders, Insomnia, Sleep Problems
MUST HAVES for People Who Suffer of Sleep Disorders (Sleep Problems), Insomnia, Oversleeping, Sleep Problems Due to Psychiatric Medications, etc.
Sleep Disorders for Dummies
Reader Comment: "This book would be helpful to anybody who takes care of themself or anyone else, like a child, spouse or an older relative."
Understanding Sleep Disorders (Home Use) DVD
Comment: "Part of the award winning public television series Healthy Body/Healthy Mind."
Quiet Your Mind & Get to Sleep: Solutions to Insomnia for Those With Depression, Anxiety or Chronic Pain
Reader Comment: "Up until now there has not been a book that I am aware of that addresses the relationship between factors such as pain, anxiety or depression and insomnia."
Drug Therapy and Sleep Disorders (Psychiatric Disorders, Drugs & Psychology for the Mind and Body)
Comment: "A comprehensive look at the causes and symptoms of sleep disorders, methods for diagnosis and treatment, specific drugs used in treatment, and alternative strategies for management."
The Post-Traumatic Insomnia Workbook: A Step-by-Step Program for Overcoming Sleep Problems After Trauma
Reader Comment: "Easy read, and follows step-by-step procedures in a very straightforward way. It incorporates state of the art, evidence-based methods for treating posttraumatic insomnia."
Restful Insomnia: How to Get the Benefits of Sleep Even When You Can't
5-HTP: The Natural Way to Overcome Depression, Obesity, and Insomnia
Reader Comment: "This well-written and extremely interesting book is a must-read for anyone suffering from insomnia, carbohydrate cravings (which often lead to obesity), depressed moods, or migraines."
The Harvard Medical School Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (Harvard Medical School Guides)Skin Game: A Memoir
Reader Comment: "There are a lot of sleep books out there, but this one is unique in presenting the latest research in a readable style."
No More Sleepless Nights Workbook
Reader Comment: "Highly recommend the workbook instead of the "basic" book-workbook more helpful, and I found I did not need the accompanying book since it covers the same material."
Last Updated: 16 July 2015
Reviewed by Harry Croft, MD