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While not any too scientific, this is a practical book; the author has written a common-sense statement concerning insomnia. Since untroubled sleep presupposes a healthful body and a healthful life, his book resolves itself into a manual of personal hygiene. The final chapter, "Remedies for Sleeplessness," presents no new fad or fancy, but is a sensible discussion of simple time-tried and effective methods. The book can be recommended to sufferers from insomnia, who should read it during the day and not in bed, just before going to sleep. It is not a soporific.
Yours for Sleep.. JAMA. 1920;74(15):1043. doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02620150051034