There’s nothing wrong with hitting the Ambo to get a couple of Zs.
It’s cutting your pet’s hair, eating a tub of cornichons, and ordering the entire Ronco catalog in the middle of the night wherein the problem lies.
Cheer up, sleepy Jean. Janet Kinosian, sleep counselor and author of The Well-Rested Woman, is now available for hire. After laying awake for eleven years (and training in psychotherapy and getting her masters in counseling psychology), she understands firsthand and has tips and tricks to help you make it through the night.
After a twelve-page questionnaire (and if that doesn’t put you to sleep, you’re in really bad shape), Kinosian offers half-hour, hour-long, and six-week programs where you discuss your issues (insomnia, restless legs syndrome, nightmares) and she shares (usually) simple ways to change your behavior.
Now she’s not a doctor and can’t prescribe pharmaceutical sleep aids.
But judging from hamster’s new Mohawk, you’ve got enough of those already.