Holistic Tips For Sleep Book

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Holistic Psychotherapist and Author, Keri Nola’s latest book will benefit to people who:

  • Appreciate natural and holistic remedies for resolving sleep challenges

  • Have difficulty falling asleep

  • Have difficulty staying asleep

  • Experience restless sleep

  • Feel tired upon waking

  • Have low energy at points during the day

  • Fear bedtime because of a history of sleep difficulties

  • Have difficulty relaxing the mind at bedtime

  • Have difficulty relaxing the body at bedtime


  • Are you tired of tossing and turning, struggling with unfulfilling sleep?

  • Have you tried everything you can think of to help yourself get a good night’s rest with no success?

In her latest book, 44 Holistic Tips For Peaceful Sleep, Author and Holistic Psychotherapist, Keri Nola, offers a collection of 44 diverse, holistic tips, tricks, and techniques that support you in discovering and relieving the environmental, emotional, mental, spiritual, physical and energetic influences keeping you from peaceful sleep.  If you are ready to empower your sleep cycle with simple, easy to implement ideas, this book will be the resource guide you return to night after night to get the rest you deserve and desire.


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What Health Professionals Are Saying About 44 Holistic Tips For Peaceful Sleep…

“A simple, versatile and integrated approach for anyone encountering sleeplessness. Benefitting even those with the most relentless insomnia, Keri Nola presents a variety of valuable “peaceful sleep” antidotes for body, mind & spirit. Where most books only focus on body & spirit, Keri addresses the mind by including her profound emotionally-led tips that are truly life-changing.”

          ~Monica Bradnan, Master of Science Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture Physician

“Hail to Keri Nola for introducing us to the many holistic alternatives to modern sleep aids; simple, thought-provoking, step-by-step tips that many people will be trying for years to come. 44 Holistic Tips For Peaceful Sleep is not just for those who struggle with insomnia, but is a perfect companion for anyone who wants to bring peace and tranquility to bedtime rituals. Lovely!”

         ~Chonteau Blake McElvin American Academy of Drugless Practitioners, Certified Health Coach, Personal Herbalist and Author, An 84 Day Self Care Journey for Women in their Wisdom Years

“A wonderful addition to your own personal healing library!  In 44 Holistic Tips For Peaceful Sleep, Keri Nola offers the reader very persuasive examples of opportunities to get the requisite healthy sleep an individual needs to live an intentional life!  Kudos!”

          ~ Brigid M. Noonan, Ph.D., LMHC – Chair, Department of Counselor Education, Stetson University

“Very succinct! Sleep is vital to life, more important is the quality of your sleep. Keri provides you with a garden path for a relaxing, mindful journey to healing through sleep. Your quality of life depends on it.”

          ~ Dr. Kendra Pomeroy, Chiropractor at Root’s Chiropractic, Specializing in Women’s Health and Nutrition

“Quality sleep is essential to vibrant health, but few of us know what to do when we aren’t getting it. Keri Nola gives us a solid foundation of basics then offers a long list of holistic, alternative and therapeutic options that promote relaxation while empowering the soul. Read this book before you even think of taking medication to sleep!”

          ~Paula Renaye, Award-Winning Author, Living the Life You Love: The No-Nonsense Guide to Total Transformation, named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best of 2012

“The information and knowledge provided by Keri Nola in, 44 Holistic Tips For Peaceful Sleep is invaluable! She addresses environmental, psychological and physical ways to prepare for more restful sleep and offers a holistic approach to better understand the root of sleep problems that are often masked with medication.”

~Angela M. Thacker, Psy. D., Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow