Book Testimonials

"What a remarkable introduction to the world of sleep disorders for the lay person. Dr. Krakow has captured the vital essence of this complex world and translated it into clear English without dumbing it down. As a surgeon who has had the pleasure of working with Barry, I can only vouch for his unparalleled attention to detail and patient-centered focus. "

Jim Bates, D.D.S., M.D. Dallas, Texas

"Sound Sleep, Sound Mind is an excellent book, written at a level both professionals and the general public can understand. It is full of pearls that will help a lot of people. It is espto know about end of day management. The book is valuable for people who know they have a sleep problem, but don't know which way to turn. It also helps people understand what will happen when they go to a sleep center - which some dread because of a fear of the unknown. "

Brian Palmer, DDS, Kansas City

"If you are one of the 100 million Americans suffering from poor quality sleep, Sound Sleep, Sound Mind provides a refreshing look at getting to the real solutions for our sleep deprived, over-caffeinated, over-medicated, over-stressed and exhausted society. Look no further to find the ways to address the root causes of your sleep problems."

Mark Hyman, MD, Author of the New York Times bestseller, UltraMetabolism and Editor in Chief of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine

"An excellent book that won't put you to sleep until bedtime, Sound Sleep, Sound Mind convinced me how important sleep is to good health. This is a wonderful treatment that teaches you how to identify and cope with feelings and emotions, one of the best, long-term remedies for insomnia."

Leslie S. Greenberg, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at York University and author of Emotion-Focused Therapy

"At last, a book that addresses all the elements of sleep disturbances: biological, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive. Sound Sleep, Sound Mind will bring relief to the millions suffering from insomnia and other sleep aliments."

Kenneth L. Lichstein, Professor of Psychology at The University of Alabama and Director of the Sleep Research Project