Sleep problems, depression, and fatigue can create a frustrating cycle.
Psychologist Michael Terman, who has a doctorate in physiological psychology, has devoted his career to studying the brain functions that feed these disorders.
Terman shares his findings and dives into revelations from his new book, Chronotherapy: Resetting Your Inner Clock to Boost Mood, Alertness, and Quality Sleep. Chronotherapy focuses on the use of rhythmic cycles in therapy. Terman, who co-authored the book with developmental psychologist Ian McMahan, helps readers understand their internal clocks and overcome health obstacles such as around-the-clock work schedules.
His approach has helped thousands of sleep sufferers and those who struggle with seasonal affective disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, and more.
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