Feeling bleary-eyed? Unable to concentrate? Irritable and fatigued? These, and many more nasty symptoms can be yours with just a few nights of sleeping problems. Unfortunately, 1 in 3 of us suffer from a sleeping disorder at some point in our lives, and when they happen, it’s no laughing matter. Lack of sleep can be dangerous, and lead to further mental health problems, which is just one reason to nip it in the bud as soon as possible.
- Define sleep disorders
- Identify the most common sleep disorders
- Analyse what breaks a sleep cycle
- Explain sleep problem treatments
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