If you were reading this article in your bed, you’d probably be dreaming of the time you read about the love story between your parents.
If you had a toddler or a toddler-sized baby on the way, you may have wondered if you’d want to wake him up to hear stories about the two parents that made that family a reality.
Now that’s a possibility.
The Science of Sleep: A Guide to Making Sleep Better and Happier.
Written by Dr. Susan Sontag, this book offers a number of suggestions for how to make your sleep a little more pleasant.
There are chapters on calming your body and the brain, improving sleep quality and reducing stress, and how to fall asleep with more comfort.
The book also includes a chapter on the importance of sleep hygiene.
Here’s a look at some of the ideas in this book:In the book, Sontak offers several tips for making your sleep better.
One of the best ones is for having a book on the nightstand and keeping it on the bed.
If your bed is dark, Sos recommends that you get up and move to a brighter spot to avoid a dark, stifling room.
Another tip is to make sure you have a comfortable blanket, pillow and comforter on the day of the story.
The good news is that the more comfortable you are in your home, the more likely you are to be able to fall back asleep.
The book also offers advice on how to get the best sleep possible.
Sontags suggestions include taking a short nap or going to bed earlier than usual, making sure you sleep at your own pace and staying awake all night.
The sleep experts say it’s important to have an overall plan of sleep for the night and that this is a good time to start getting some sleep.