Soothe your nights
You can find books (Restful Insomnia: How to Get the Benefits of Sleep, Even When You Can’t and others Sondra has written), and also items for your Night Nest to make your environment a cocoon. Snuggle into your nights, to relax and revive!
Restful Insomnia: Get the Benefits of Sleep, Even When You Can’t
This book, published in 2009, describes Restful Insomnia approach and techniques. In the years since, I’ve refined and expanded the program. But this book is a good basic place to start, on perspectives and tools to rest at night.
Insomnia has meant nights of frustration – until now. Restful Insomnia helps insomniacs get the benefits of sleep so they can greet the mornings refreshed.
This book will show you how to use your waking night hours to quiet your mind, replenish your creativity, and relax deeply. You’ll come to accept your insomnia and discover how to derive enough of the benefits of sleep to be able to get up in the morning feeling refreshed.
Everyday Energy Boosters: 365 Tips and Tricks to Help You Feel Like a Million Bucks
Need an energy boost to get through that long afternoon meeting? Put down that cup of caffeine and pick up Everyday Energy Boosters with 365 quick and easy tips to feel more energized all day every day!
Bestselling health writers Sondra Kornblatt and Susannah Seton offer energy-boosting tips that can be used anytime or anywhere:
- Deep breathing techniques
- Dry brushing your skin
- Spinal Rocks and other one-minute exercises
- Juices, nuts, and seeds to keep you energized all day,
- How to track your natural energy cycles, and more.
Brain Fitness for Women
Did you know that women have 70,000 thoughts per day and one person’s brain generates more electrical impulses each day than all the telephones in the world combined?
In Brain Fitness for Women, health writer Sondra Kornblatt offers an entertaining look at how women’s brains work: the physiology of women’s brains, new research in neuroscience, the differences between women’s and men’s brains, and how women’s brains age.
She offers fun facts (yep, that chocolate you’re craving does boost cognitive function), tips (your brain wants a glass of water in the morning), and advice (forget multitasking, the brain can only process one thing at a time). She examines how hormones, the environment, exercise, stress, food, aging, and even friendship affect the brain, and offers strategies for keeping your brain on its metaphorical tiptoes at any age.
A Better Brain at Any Age
With humor and simplicity, Sondra Kornblatt guides readers how to reduce brain stress and optimize mental agility.
You don’t have to be an Einstein to understand her explanation of how the brain interacts with the body. And also how habits impact the brain – positively and negatively – to maximize learning. She provides powerful tips to strengthen memory, cognition, and creativity so readers can function better in their active lives.
For Your Night Nest
White noise sound screen
Marpac Sound Screen & SleepMate 980 is my favorite white noise maker. It provides a consistent, smooth sound of rushing air, subtly adjustable from a soft hum to a louder whirr. And it’s durable. It’s my go-to when there’s noise – or I’m worried there might be.
Bucky 40 Blinks Sleep Mask is Light, comfortable, roomy for your eyelids, and dark. And the darker it is, the more your natural production of melatonin increases.