The reason you’re having trouble with your sleep may be because you have a sleep disorder.
Sleep disorders are health issues that affect you when you’re asleep. Obviously, it’s difficult to tell if you have one because you’re sleeping when they occur!
A common sleep disorder that we specialise in solving is sleep apnea.
Symptoms of sleep apnea include daytime sleepiness, snoring and poor concentration.1,2 Sleep apnea is also a lot more common than you might expect, affecting more than 1 in 10 men and nearly 2 in 10 women.3 Other sleep disorders that can affect your sleep health include circadian rhythm disorder. This is where the natural wake/sleep cycle in your body is disturbed. This disorder can make you feel wide awake at night and exhausted in the morning.
Take our sleep assessment link to help determine your risk for a sleep disorder.