Good sleep is necessary for optimal health and can affect hormone levels, mood and weight. Poor sleep can lead to low energy and blood pressure problems.
Common sleep problems include
- Sleep apnoea
- Sleep deprivation
- Restless legs syndrome
What Causes Sleep Problems
Obesity, diabetes or respiratory problems can cause disrupted sleep, but other chronic illnesses can also cause insomnia and daytime drowsiness.
Sleep Disorder Assessments
If you suffer from poor sleep or daytime drowsiness, you should talk to our doctors about having a Sleep Assessment. The purpose of a Sleep Assessment is to help
- Understand possible causes of your sleep disorder
- Offer tailored information based on your individual situation
- Deliver suitable treatments or strategies to deal with the problem