Cosmopolitan Psychology: the Science of Sleep

The November issue of Cosmopolitan Psychology is devoted to the science of sleep. Why do we have nightmares and dream of being chased, and what are prophetic dreams telling us? How can we obtain useful information from even the most obscure of our night visions, learn to interpret those images and, most importantly, use that information to understand the future? Readers will find a short but very useful dream guide, learn how different schools of psychotherapy interpret dreams and how to sign up for training sessions and workshops on understanding dreams.

Cosmopolitan Psychology also has a gift in store for readers. Vanilla Sky, a tea created specially by the magazine in cooperation with the Tanuki chain of Japanese restaurants, will help reduce fatigue and stress, combat depression and create a feeling of harmony, joy and serenity. All Tanuki restaurants in Russia will sell the unique tea from Oct. 18 through Nov. 17.

Vanilla Sky tea will help you relax, experience calm and overcome insomnia. Lemon balm and peppermint leaves soothe the nervous system. Vitamin-rich fennel fruit, especially strong in Vitamins A and E, acts as an effective painkiller. Cinnamon sticks and lemon cloves enrich the tea with healing properties and Vitamin B. Cardamom and vanilla give a touch of sophistication, reduce the effects of the caffeine and sweeten the flavor.

Pleasant dreams!