Do you have enough sleep?
Sleep deficiency has been linked to a range of health issues, including mood, cognition and physical wellbeing, making it an issue that affects people in Malaysia and worldwide - both children and adults alike.
Insomnia is the most widespread sleep disorder,
Nightmares are vivid dreams that often last long periods of time and contain repetitive, storylike imagery that seems real, leading to feelings of anxiety, fear or distress. They usually occur during the second half of a sleep episode and are typically vividly remembered upon waking up.
Non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep arousal disorders are a group of sleep problems that cause partial awakening from deep sleep, often with sleepwalking or sleep terrors as an accompanying occurrence. While these arousals tend to be more prevalent among children than adults, they can cause significant distress or impairment in functioning.
Bruxism is an irresistible habit of grinding or clenching one's teeth that may lead to jaw pain, earaches and headaches.
Narcolepsy is a condition in which you experience sudden, but unwanted sleep at inappropriate times. This can cause excessive drowsiness during the day, often with driving or other activities.
Circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders are caused by an improper alignment of the body clock with the external light-dark cycle. This can cause ongoing insomnia and extreme daytime sleepiness, leading to significant distress or impairment in functioning.