Sleep disorders

Do you have trouble falling asleep? Do you wake up during the night? Are you always tired? Do you feel the need to sleep during the day, especially in monotonous situations or in front of the television? You may have a sleep disorder. And while it affects your nights, it also really disrupts your days: your mood, intellectual abilities, and physical health, which are closely linked to good sleep.


Consequences?

Excessive daytime sleepiness, memory problems, weight gain, irritability, decreased ability to manage stress, decreased work or school performance, bad mood. While it is quite normal to occasionally have difficulty sleeping (peak stress, one-time event), regular or chronic sleep problems must be identified and managed.


Sleeping well contributes directly to improve your health and quality of life!




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