Insomnia, which affects most people at some time or other, is not being able to sleep when you want to, so that you feel tired the next morning. Age, lifestyle, environment, diet and state of mind all affect the amount of sleep you need, and how much you get.
Most healthy adults require between seven to nine hours sleep a night, but as you get older it’s normal to find that harder to achieve in one sleep session, although you do still need the same amount of sleep.
Narcolepsy is a comparatively rare sleeping disorder, where a person can fall asleep suddenly and without any warning.Read More
This is a relatively common condition that interrupts breathing during sleep leading to daytime sleepiness. It can affect men and women and may occur at all age groups.Read More
‘Bad dreams’ come in two forms. they can be nightmares or night terrors. These occur in different stages of a persons’ sleep.Read More
Restless Leg Syndrome is a neurological disorder, giving unpleasant sensations with an irresistible urge to move the legs.Read More
Sleepwalking can affect everyone but it is more common in children, and usually stops when the person reaches puberty.Read More
Most people have the occasional night when they may have trouble getting to sleep, and days when they feel too sleepy to function properly.Read More
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