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cure your sleep

Adults need 7 or more hours of sleep per night for the best health and wellbeing. Are you ready to get your quality sleep nights back?

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Why is sleep important?

Your body, including your brain, works best when you get enough sleep. You’re probably aware that you feel tired and rundown when you don’t get enough sleep. But lack of sleep also makes it harder to concentrate or perform well while at school or doing homework, or when participating in sports or other activities. Not getting enough sleep worsens your mood and also slows down your reaction time and affects your ability to concentrate while driving.

What causes sleep problems?

Sleep problems can be caused by an irregular schedule, stress, (having lots of things on your mind), changes in your sleep environment (your bedroom is too hot, too cold, or too noisy), and by consuming stimulants such as caffeine too close to bedtime. Sometimes the cause is unknown. Exposure to electronic screens (phone, TV, computer) can also cause sleep problems.

 

Questions?

Sleep disorders are conditions that result in changes in the way that you sleep. A sleep disorder can affect your overall health, safety and quality of life.

  1. Insomnia, in which you have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night.
  2. Sleep apnea, in which you experience abnormal patterns in breathing while you are asleep. There are several types of sleep apnea.
  3. Restless legs syndrome (RLS), a type of sleep movement disorder. Restless legs syndrome, also called Willis-Ekbom disease, causes an uncomfortable sensation and an urge to move the legs while you try to fall asleep.
  4. Narcolepsy, a condition characterized by extreme sleepiness during the day and falling asleep suddenly during the day.
  1. Alergies and respiratory problems

Allergies, colds, and upper respiratory infections can make it challenging to breathe at night. The inability to breathe through your nose can also cause sleeping difficulties.

  1. Frequent urination

Nocturia, or frequent urination, may disrupt your sleep by causing you to wake up during the night. Hormonal imbalances and diseases of the urinary tract may contribute to the development of this condition.

  1. Chronic pain

Constant pain can make it difficult to fall asleep. It might even wake you up after you fall asleep. Some of the most common causes of chronic pain include:

  1. Stress and anxiety

Stress and anxiety often have a negative impact on sleep quality. It can be difficult for you to fall asleep or to stay asleep. Nightmares, sleep talking, or sleepwalking may also disrupt your sleep.

  • Some sleep disorders such as restless legs syndrome, obstructive sleep apnoea, narcolepsy and the parasomnias have a genetic component and may run in families.
  • People who have irregular sleep schedules, including shift workers and those who travel across multiple time zones frequently, are also at increased risk of developing sleep related problems.
  • Lifestyle factors such as excessive caffeine consumption, lack of regular exercise, poor stress management and smoking all contribute to sleep disturbances.

A comprehensive sleep history, physical examination with detailed evaluation of the head and neck, and use of sleep-specific questionnaires guide the decision 

Meet our medical team

Enabling the mission of revolutionising how men approach health, they are at the core of the men’s wellness platform. Meet our team 

Dr Siti Mariam

Medical Doctor

MBBS (Malaya) MMC 34231

Dr Hamrizal

Medical Doctor

M.D (UKM) MMC 32159

Dr Farah Ruhana

Medical Doctor

M.D (CSMU,Ukraine) MMC 59887

Dr Alan Soh

Medical Doctor

MBBS (Malaya) MMC 33336

Dr Siti Hazury

Medical Doctor

MBBS (Malaya) OHD MMC 36745

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