Losing Sleep Worrying About Your Sleep Disorders?

Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) December 12, 2011 -- "Sleep Mojo", the book recently released by Elizabeth Shannon summarizes sleep difficulties into 10 insomnia types, and presents possible natural solutions matched to each insomnia type. While giving a general overview of the industry and some of its misconceptions, "Sleep Mojo" provides some common sense solutions, help with psychological difficulties, and includes a variety of solutions including neurological information. Some natural solutions might surprise you, including latest research findings that seem to conflict with generally held sleep principles.

As if staying awake half the night wasn’t enough! The list of adverse side effects of lack of sleep is adding to our anxiety: coronary disease, reduced immune systems, higher blood pressure, greater chance of diabetes, increased risk of anxiety and depression, greater risk of putting on weight and even a greater chance of cancer (with long term shift work). And finally there’s your decreasing libido.

Well, of course it’s hard to go to sleep, and even harder to get turned on, when you think you’re about to die!

"Sleep Mojo", the book recently released by Elizabeth Shannon, summarizes sleep difficulties into 10 insomnia types, and presents possible natural solutions matched to each insomnia type. While giving a general overview of the industry and some of its misconceptions, "Sleep Mojo" provides some common sense solutions, help with psychological difficulties, and includes a variety of solutions including neurological information. Some natural solutions might surprise you, including latest research findings that seem to conflict with generally held sleep principles.

Shannon believes that “identifying the underlying problem behind insomnia is the most important step towards finding your tailored solution”.

And refreshingly taking a pill or a potion might not be your answer! “We have an oral fixation with sleep”, she jokes. “What happened to exercise, proper eating and work/life balance”?

But sleep isn’t a joke, it is vitally important, and costing our families, relationships, work and economies a fortune – apart from the havoc it causes to our health.

“The book talks about things that the industry is avoiding, but after 12 years of sleep research and a 30 year interest in personal development and alternative health, it’s time the story was told” Shannon says. “I’m not happy with the conversations about sleep, and the days where 'natural' meant ‘hippy’ are over”. “By the way, I’m not pushing herbal remedies as the ultimate solution either.”

It is a very readable but well researched book. You’ve lost it, now get it back, your sleep mojo!

To find out more about "Sleep Mojo" visit http://www.SleeplessNoMore.com/sleep-mojo-book.

About Sleepless No More Pty. Ltd.

For further information, please contact:
Elizabeth Shannon
Sleepless No More Pty. Ltd. (Sydney, Australia)
Phone: 02 9977 1403
Mobile: 0458 41 4441
Email: elizabeth@sleeplessnomore.com
Skype: sleepguru
Website: http://www.SleeplessNoMore.com

Elizabeth Shannon’s webinar series Sleep with the Experts was attended by health care professionals and insomniacs from all 5 continents. She has been featured on national television, radio and print media in Australia. Her book Sleep Mojo was released in 2011.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 11, 2011 at 7:17 pm
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