following articles, and many other articles not listed here (a few
of them are books), are properly referenced and discussed in the
book "Reversing Insomnia."
1. Is It Safe to Take a Sleeping Pill Every Night?
2. Side Effects of Sleeping Pills
3. Sleeping Pills Make You
Addictive and Could Damage Your liver
Caffeine: Cup of Pain, Liquid Stress, Posted by Jordan Rothstein,
Certified Massage Therapist (CMT)
Coffee Can Create Joint Pain And Body
Stiffness, Posted by Dr. Grady A. Deal, Ph.D., D.C
Living with Chronic Insomnia: A Living Hell by Admin, The Original
7. Sleep Study: Yale Medicine.
A List of
16 Eye-Opening Stats/Facts, by at Sleep Judge.
9. 7 Starnge Facts About Insomnia by
Linda Thrasybule, MyHealthNewsDaily Contributor, November 30, 2012.
10. The Dark Side of Sleeping Pills by Daniel
F. Kripke, MD.
11. Why Ambien and Other Sleeping Aids Are
Very Dangerous and May Need to Be Off the Market; Despite the
hazardous side effects, there is a huge market for insomnia drugs.
12. THOMAS WEHR’S RESEARCH STUDY
PUBLISHED IN WIKIPEDIA.Org
Middle-of-the-Night Insomnia Could Be A Normal Sleep Pattern.
13. DR. ROGER EKIRCH’s Book, At
Day’s Close: Night in Times Past, Paperback, 480 pages, Published by
W. W. Norton & Company, October 17, 2006.
14. Review Posted by Dr. Paul Spector, MD
Why You Can’t
Sleep Through the Night, Nov 21, 2012.
Circadian Rhythm and Your Body Clock: Understanding your body’s
internal clock—or circadian rhythm—is the first step to better
6 Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders that May Be Disrupting Your
Posted by Kevin Phillips on Nov 17, 2014.
When we have REM sleep, what type of brain waves (alpha or beta) we
have? MadSci Network: Neuroscience, Posted by Benoit A. Bacon,
Post-doc Fellow, Psychology Dept, University of Glasgow, Scotland,
18. Stages of Sleep, Psychology World.
19. Train Your Brain to Get Thin: Prime Your Gray Cells for Weight
Loss, Wellness & Exercise, by Melinda Boyd, RD
and Michele Noonan, PhD, 258 pages, ISBN: 1440540152, Book
Published by Adams Media of F. W. Media Inc.,
20. How Sleep Works: The Sleep-Wake Cycle (Paragraph in the middle
of the webpage),
to Get Better Sleep, The Beginner’s Guide to Overcoming Sleep
Deprivation by James Clear.
Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown demystify the inner workings of
caffeine in their latest ASAP Science video. Watch the animation on
the video to understand how caffeine molecules replace adenosine
molecules in the receptors of your brain to make you alert and to
YouTube Video: Your Brain On Coffee.
Insomnias: Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders,
affecting around 20 percent of Americans. Learn all about it on this