nine out of ten Malaysians have suffered from one or more sleep disorders at some point during their life
Sleep is essential for our health, allowing the brain and body to work optimally so we can be productive during the day, learn new things, and make informed decisions. Not getting enough shut-eye can lead to serious health problems like heart disease, diabetes, obesity and mental illness. Studies have demonstrated that lack of sleep can have negative consequences on physical and mental wellbeing, with associations to conditions like type II diabetes, heart disease, depression and anxiety.
Sleep deprivation is a worldwide public health concern