Are you feeling more tired than usual, despite what you thought was a restful night’s sleep? You suffer through the day, longing for your bed, then, when it comes to bedtime, you’re wide awake? Perhaps you wake up during the night at the slightest noise, never really getting your full eight hours.
You’re not alone.
In fact, it’s thought that 1 in 3 people are affected by sleep problems.
Now, a little disrupted sleep every now and then is normal. For example, exercise, stress, screen-time (phones, television, laptops) and even alcohol, can affect your sleep quality. But, there are problems that affect a person’s sleep to the extreme; impacting their quality of life, and health.
Common sleep problems and parasomnias include: