Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) February 11, 2012
A quick visit to the pharmacy shows that there are numerous pharmaceutical remedies to help those suffering from sleep problems. While these solutions can help sufferers get to sleep, the drawbacks of tolerance and dependence can outweigh the benefits.
“You can train your brain to sleep better,” says Dr. Craig Hudson. “While it may not happen overnight, if you stick with a few simple rules and practices, the results will be more beneficial and longer lasting than any other alternative.”
Anyone suffering from sleep problems and wishing to try a more natural way to more restful sleep can download a sleep tool developed by Biosential, a company founded by Dr. Hudson to research sleep disorders and work towards solutions. The “One Week to Better Sleep” tool is available at http://www.craighudsonmd.com.
“Based on our research, we’ve developed an approach to gaining better sleep through adjusting the sleep environment, altering some dietary habits and gaining an understanding of basic sleep rules also known as ‘sleep hygiene,’” says Dr. Hudson.
ABOUT DR. HUDSON
Craig Hudson MD is a psychiatrist that is not anti-medication but is pro-natural solution first. His view is that we should fix the causes of the problems, if we can, before we decide that medications are required. His research is widely published research is widely published in respected peer-review journals including the British Journal of Psychiatry, Archives of General Psychiatry and Nutritional Neuroscience to name a few.
His work on insomnia incorporates a two prong approach where he addresses behavioural and environmental issues as well as dietary solutions to insomnia.
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