Sleep: 10 great tips for a perfect night's sleep

Sleep: 10 great tips for a perfect night's sleep

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by Infinite Ideas
     
 

Are you tired of being tired? Have you suffered from insomnia for ages but are in the dark about how to stop it? Whether you are suffering from nightmares, insomnia, restless leg syndrome or sleep apnoea, the Sleep series comes to the rescue. Here Infinite Ideas reveals 10 brilliant and straightforward techniques to help deal with all types of persistent sleep…  See more details below

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Are you tired of being tired? Have you suffered from insomnia for ages but are in the dark about how to stop it? Whether you are suffering from nightmares, insomnia, restless leg syndrome or sleep apnoea, the Sleep series comes to the rescue. Here Infinite Ideas reveals 10 brilliant and straightforward techniques to help deal with all types of persistent sleep problems so that you can get the sleep you deserve. More helpful tips can be found in Sleep 2: 10 more great tips for a perfect night's sleep.

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ISBN-13:
9781908189271
Publisher:
Infinite Ideas
Publication date:
04/21/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
118 KB

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Sleep: 10 great tips for a perfect night's sleep 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I forgot to add "Chapter 1" to the post since I post the chapters on my computer... -W1NTER &infin
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yao blinked open his eyes. Moonlight filtered through the arched glass windows and into the dorms, shining directly on his face. He sat up. He saw Japan in the bunk below him, silently breathing short breaths as he slept. Yao climbed down to the floor from the top bunk and made his way out of the room. He realized he had forgot to put on shoes, but the footsteps from his bare feet made less noise than if he had put on shoes. As he silently walked through the empty halls, he kept an eye out for any danger that could be lurking about, such as the 2Ps. He knew the 2Ps were to be avoided at all costs, or you would probably end up severely injured. Yao tried not to think about it that much. He noticed there was only one door that wasn't open- the door to the library. Yao creaked open the polished mahogany door, and stepped inside. Dust rose into the air as soon as Yao had opened the door. There was a glass ceiling filtering in the moonlight. Books were everywhere... on the floor, on the shelves, and piled up against the door. He saw a shadow wipe the dust off of a book and read it. Yao walked towards the figure, his heart doing a drum solo. "H-hello?" Yao asked nervously. "Hi. You are China, da?" The figure revealed himself to be a certain Ivan Braginsky. Yao nodded. "What are you doing here? You could get lost," Russia added. "But... what about you, aru?" Yao asked, slightly bewildered. "I've been walking around here a lot, da? I know every corner of this place," Russia said. Yao nodded slightly. He hadn't really saw him that often lately, and he had to admit- he did want to be with Ivan a little longer. Yao stared at his feet. "Well, if you know every corner of this place..." Yao looked up. "It means I'll be walking you back," Russia said as he adjusted his scarf. Yao sighed. This wasn't how he wanted his first conversation with Russia to end. Russia held onto his hand and they stepped into the hallways. It was quite obvious that Yao wanted to have an intelligent conversation with Ivan. He silently wished he wouldn't embarrass himself... "Hey, Russia?" He loosened his grip on Russia's hand. "Is there something you want to ask me?" Ivan inquired. He looked at Yao with his soft violet eyes. "Well... it's the last day of the month tomorrow, and I'm... well, I never thought I'd say this, but..." China lowered his head. "Yao, it's okay to be worried," Ivan replied, as if he could read Yao's mind. Yao wiped his eyes with his sleeve. "L-let's just go back," he stutters nervously. Russia nodded sympathetically. The two joined their hands together and walked back to the dorms, comforting each other like two wounded alley cats hiding from a pound worker.