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Sylvia Dziuba

Writes non-fiction books inspired by latest research.

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Sylvia Dziuba is an Australian author. She specialises in non-fiction genres, such as health, psychology, and culture. Using latest research, her writing offers unique perspectives on subjects with outdated opinions and biases.

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Latest Articles

Trust Your Gut vs. Evidence-based Decisions

Sometimes your intuition guides you down the wrong path.

20 May 2022

Hidden Consequences of a Low-price Mindset

The reality of who benefits, who makes a profit, and who pays the price.

13 April 2022

Victims and Monsters

And the movements that create them.

23 January 2022

Go to Sleep Late: and Other Great Advice for Night Owls – to be released mid October 2022

Go to Sleep Late is a non-fiction book for individuals who, upon waking, have homicidal thoughts about their alarm clocks. 

What makes this book possible is the significant strides science has made recently in chronobiology. The new science, combined with the author’s journey as a night owl, serves as the foundation for this book, which answers some of the most common questions, such as, “can a night owl become a morning person?”

The book helps night owls understand how their biology works and explains why they are different. It talks about the advantages and disadvantages of their genetic makeup and how it changes over a lifetime. 

It also discusses some practical aspects of being a night owl and the impact living in the early-riser society has on their body and mind when consistently functioning out of sync with their biological rhythm. 

Ultimately, the book focuses on optimum strategies to improve night owls’ physical and mental health and helps to dispel the stigma associated with waking up late.

 

 

 

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