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Are You Suffering from "Nightblindness"?

Curing Our Culture of Insomnia

Rubin Naiman • 9/27/2018

By Rubin Naiman - Traditionally, sleep and darkness have had positive connotations. Yet many of us don't go gently into the night: we knock ourselves out with alcohol, sleeping pills, or sheer exhaustion. Our widespread fear of and disregard for darkness may be the most critical, overlooked factor in the contemporary epidemic of sleep disorders.

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Integrative Sleep Therapy
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9/15/2017
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RUBIN NAIMAN, PHD
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8/1/2016
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RUBIN NAIMAN, PHD
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VIDEO: Adjusting Lifestyle Habits for Mental Health

Connecting the Dots between Biology and Brainwork

Rubin Naiman • 9/8/2014

If you’ve got a client who frequently oversleeps, binges on junk food and alcohol, and passes up fresh air for hours in front of the television, there’s a good chance these bad habits will hinder any progress you make in therapy sessions.

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1/28/2013
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MARGARET WEHRENBERG, PSY.D.
 
RUBIN NAIMAN, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
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6 Steps to Serene Sleep

Rubin Naiman • 10/18/2008


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How to Treat Sleep Disorders

Rubin Naiman • 10/18/2008


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Nightmind

Making Darkness Our Friend Again

Rubin Naiman • 3/1/2008

Our widespread fear of and disregard for darkness—both literal and figurative—may be the most overlooked factor in the contemporary epidemic of sleep disorders.

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Integrative Sleep Therapy
Copyright:
9/15/2017
Author:
RUBIN NAIMAN, PHD
Product:
RNV053035
Copyright:
8/1/2016
Author:
RUBIN NAIMAN, PHD
Product:
RNV051300
Copyright:
1/28/2013
Authors:
MARGARET WEHRENBERG, PSY.D.
 
RUBIN NAIMAN, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
Product:
NRC095576
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Are You Suffering from "Nightblindness"?

Curing Our Culture of Insomnia

Rubin Naiman • 9/27/2018

By Rubin Naiman - Traditionally, sleep and darkness have had positive connotations. Yet many of us don't go gently into the night: we knock ourselves out with alcohol, sleeping pills, or sheer exhaustion. Our widespread fear of and disregard for darkness may be the most critical, overlooked factor in the contemporary epidemic of sleep disorders.

Daily Blog

VIDEO: Adjusting Lifestyle Habits for Mental Health

Connecting the Dots between Biology and Brainwork

Rubin Naiman • 9/8/2014

If you’ve got a client who frequently oversleeps, binges on junk food and alcohol, and passes up fresh air for hours in front of the television, there’s a good chance these bad habits will hinder any progress you make in therapy sessions.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1 (2 Items)

6 Steps to Serene Sleep

Rubin Naiman • 10/18/2008


Magazine Article

How to Treat Sleep Disorders

Rubin Naiman • 10/18/2008


Magazine Article

Nightmind

Making Darkness Our Friend Again

Rubin Naiman • 3/1/2008

Our widespread fear of and disregard for darkness—both literal and figurative—may be the most overlooked factor in the contemporary epidemic of sleep disorders.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (3 Items)
Rubin Naiman, PhD, is a psychologist, sleep specialist and clinical assistant professor of medicine at the world-renowned University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, directed by Dr. Andrew Weil. Dr. Naiman is a leader in the development of integrative approaches to sleep and dreams whose approach is now taught in dozens of medical schools around the U.S. His approach weaves medical and neuroscientific perspectives with depth psychological and transpersonal views.

Dr. Naiman is also founder and director of NewMoon Sleep, LLC, an organization that offers a range of sleep and dream related services, trainings and consultation internationally. He served as the sleep and dream consultant at Canyon Range and Miraval Health Resorts for 15 years. Dr. Naiman maintains a global telehealth practice and has worked with a diverse clientele ranging from Fortune 500 CEOs to professional athletes, from homemakers to statesmen and entertainers.

Dr. Naiman is the author of several groundbreaking works on sleep, including Healthy Night, Healthy Sleep (with Andrew Weil), To Sleep Tonight, The Yoga of Sleep and Hush: A Book of Bedtime Contemplations. His work has been featured in major magazines, newspapers, as well as on radio and television programs in the U.S. and abroad. He also blogs about sleep and dreams for the Huffington Post.