We have spent decades optimizing our waking hours, but what about the precious hours after we doze off (or try to)? Packed with fascinating facts and anecdotes, the life-changing tips in this book will show you how to find the perfect soundtrack for dozing off, how to create ideas while you are asleep, how to start a sleep journal to explore dreaming, and the best recipes for drinks and food that will make you drowsy.
As the most active time for our brains and the most important element to a calmer, happier life, sleep has become the topic of our times. Drawing on the success of Calm, the #1 app for sleep, meditation and relaxation, Michael Acton Smith writes the ultimate handbook for healthy sleeping.
Beautifully illustrated and packed with fascinating facts and anecdotes, these life-changing tips such as how to make your room sleep-friendly and how to use sleeping to improve learning, this book will tell you everything you ever needed to know about sleep but were too tired to ask. At once a bedside companion and a sleeping aide, The Magic of Sleep will be your solution to a better sleeping life, improving each of your waking hours.
- Reduce your sleepless nights by finding the perfect soundtrack for dozing off.
- Learn the new science of sleep, including how to create ideas while you’re asleep.
- Get to know your own subconscious by starting a sleep journal and exploring lucid dreaming.
- Discover the best recipes for drinks and food that will make you drowsy.
It’s time to optimize sleep.
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About the Author
Michael Acton Smith, OBE, is the co-founder of the hugely successful Calm app. In 2014 he was appointed an OBE for services to the creative industries. Michael Acton Smith is frequently listed among the most influential people in the digital industry and has appeared in the Guardian's "100 Most Powerful People in Media," Wired's "Top 100 of Britain's Digital Power," and The Times' "100 to Watch list." He lives in London and can be found on Twitter @acton.