Snoring is not uncommon — in fact, 45% of healthy adults snore at least occasionally. For other people, snoring is a more pervasive problem and that’s when you can really start to feel it take a toll on your daily life.
Category: Sleep Disorders & Problems
Is your work schedule interfering with your sleep? Working night shifts or on a rotation can quickly take a toll on both the quantity and quality of your sleep.
Have you ever arrived at your long awaited vacation destination only to find that fatigue and moodiness are cutting in on your enjoyment?
Have headaches, fatigue and irritability ruined a trip for you in the past?
Are you tired during the day even though you’re getting enough sleep at night? Is this excessive sleepiness causing you to fall asleep while at work, doing chores or even driving?
Have you ever woken up in a strange place without any recollection of how you got there?For sleepwalkers this is a common (and sometimes scary) occurrence. You may even awaken to discover yourself carrying out activities you regularly perform in your everyday life, like getting dressed or typing on your laptop.
Sitting in one position for long periods of time can make any of us restless, prompting us to fidget and perhaps shake out some pins and needles. But for some people this is an ongoing struggle every time they try to relax or fall asleep.
Is snoring waking you up at night? Whether you’re the snorer or the reluctant audience of someone else’s nightly noise-making, these interruptions are likely taking a toll on the quality of your sleep.
Have you ever found yourself awake yet unable to move? You’re able to look around your room, the surroundings are familiar and detailed. Have you ever gotten the sense that you’re not alone? Felt a weight on your chest or as if you’re floating off your bed?