Insomniacs: Stop the Sheep

February 2003
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Feb2003, Issue 244, p12
Highlights results of a study on insomniacs by Oxford University, Oxford England scientists. Comparison of using traditional sheep-counting method versus blissful and tranquil scenes in conjuring sleep.


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