Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders represent some of the most challenging medical conditions and effect 1 in 3 people at some stage of their lives. The key sleep disorder groups are:

Sleep Disorders

Insomnia

INSOMNIA

Insomnia refers to trouble falling or staying asleep. It can affect someone for a short time, such as a few nights or weeks. In other cases, insomnia is chronic and can last for months or years. More…


Sleep Apnea

SLEEP APNEA

We all know how great a good night’s sleep makes your feel, and how flat we feel if we don’t; for Sleep Apnea sufferers every day can feel like that. They are happy to be alive, but tiredness can be a full time feeling. More…


Narcolepsy

NARCOLEPSY

Narcolepsy is one of the major Sleep Disorders or Hypersomnia and is best described as an uncontrollable excessive sleeping tendency, particularly during what may be considered “normal” daylight hours. More…


Sleep Deprivation

SLEEP DEPRIVATION

Sleep deprivation is defined as not obtaining adequate total sleep. When someone is in a chronic sleep-restricted state they’ll notice excessive daytime sleepiness, fatigue, clumsiness, and weight gain or weight loss. More…


Snoring

SNORING

Snoring is the sound of turbulence and soft tissue vibration in the back of the throat. The sound of snoring generally does not come from the nose. Rather, snoring sound occurs in the back of the airway. More…


Melatonin For Sleep

MELATONIN

Melatonin is a hormone found naturally in the body that promotes sleep. Like all supplements and medications, there are indications, contraindications, dose recommendations, effects and side-effects that users should know about. More…


Night Terrors

NIGHT
TERRORS

Night terrors are a condition in which the subject reacts to a foreboding sense of fear or terror by screaming, thrashing around or crying, whilst still in a sleep like state during outbursts and cannot be awoken without some difficulty. More…


Circadian Rhythm Disorders

CIRCADIAN
RHYTHM
DISORDERS

Your circadian rhythm can get out of sync for a variety of reasons. For example, the demands of a job, newborn baby or travel can disrupt your body clock. When your internal rhythm is off, it can affect your sleep. More…


Sleep Disorders

MORE SLEEP
DISORDERS

Sleep Disorders represent some of the most challenging medical conditions and effect 1 in 3 people at some stage of their lives. Discover more about the eight key sleep disorders, as well as others, their diagnosis and latest treatments. More…


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