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Deliberately Better Sleep will be available for sale February 2023

Praise for Deliberately Better Sleep

Sleep is a core human experience common to people everywhere, yet many of us prioritise anything other than sleep in our busy lives. Unfortunately, it is often to the detriment of different facets of our lives that depend on a good night’s sleep. Dr Damon Ashworth’s Deliberately Better Sleep masterfully explains the fundamentals of sleep medicine in an accessible way. Damon focuses on the positive changes you can make to improve your sleep and provides some backups and alternatives for when things don’t go according to plan. Deliberately Better Sleep is interactive rather than proscriptive, allowing you to tailor any changes to suit your lifestyle and focus on essential areas.

Dr Rowan P Ogeil, PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Monash University

Deliberately Better Sleep is not just another sleep book. Instead, Dr Ashworth brilliantly outlines an evidence-based and practical self-help guide to saving your sleep.

Dr James Gillard, Osteopath

Deliberately Better Sleep is jam-packed with information in the form of practical strategies to help anyone who is struggling with sleep issues, from apps to relaxation techniques. I found myself using paradoxical intention after awakening in the middle of the night. Damon also covers the mechanisms behind good sleep.

Dr Jon Finch, Clinical Psychologist

I urge everyone to partner with Dr Damon Ashworth on their journey towards Deliberately Better Sleep. This book is a game-changer, whether you are a person who is struggling with their sleep or a practitioner supporting people with sleep difficulties. Dr Damon will guide you through his 10 steps to help develop your personalised sleep solution – the steps are all achievable and easily integrated into our busy lifestyles. I’ve seen the positive changes that Deliberately Better Sleep can make first- hand with the clients I see in my practice as a clinical neuropsychologist. It can contribute to better sleep and less daytime fatigue. It can also have enormous benefits for thinking skills, including attention and concentration, resulting in more efficient learning and better memory!

Dr Vanessa Petersen, Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist

If you are having trouble sleeping, this should be one of your first stops. Damon has combined his vast experience in treating insomnia with his accessible writing style to produce a practical tool for anyone. I will recommend this to all my clients as an adjunct to my therapy and suggest it to everyone I know who has sleep difficulties.

Dr Harvey Jones, Clinical Neuropsychologist

To reserve your copy today, or to find out more, please contact Damon via email at Damon.Ashworth@gmail.com

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