If you or your partner suffers from sleep problems, you understand how difficult a sleeping disorder can be to live with. You might
- wake up frequently during the night
- find it difficult to drift off or fall asleep again once you have woken up
- wake up feeling unrested in the morning
Not only can these problems leave you feeling tired and unable to function properly during the day, over time they can have a negative impact on your physical and mental wellbeing. And that can have practical implications on your day-to-day life.
What are the most common sleeping disorders?
We want to help you sleep better, be comfortable, and triumph over those frustrating sleeping disorders. The first step to do that? Understanding more about the particular sleep disorders you suffer with. So what are the most common sleep disorders, what causes them, and how can they be treated?
Restless Leg Syndrome
Up to one in ten people suffer from this distressing condition, causing involuntary motion or jerking of the limbs, especially at night. Restless leg syndrome has no clear cause, but there are ways to treat it with lifestyle changes, or through medical treatment.
Causing continuous sleep disruptions, sleep apnoea can quickly prevent you getting a good night’s rest, making you feel heavily fatigued during the day and impacting on your health. With simple lifestyle changes, however, you can overcome sleep apnoea.
Trouble sleeping during pregnancy
Getting a good night’s sleep is more important than ever when you’re pregnant, but many women suffer with poor sleep during their pregnancy unnecessarily. Find out why this happens, and what you can do about it.
Struggle getting to sleep, and barely sleeping long enough when you do manage it? You’re not alone. Fortunately, there are ways to relieve insomnia, and help you get back to that blissful sleep you’ve been craving.
Snoring is an extremely common sleeping condition and can drive both sufferers and partners spare if left untreated. Severe cases can also disrupt sleep and cause further health problems – so it’s important to understand why snoring happens, and how to treat it.
How we can help you with your sleeping disorder
As well as providing useful information on the causes and symptoms of these conditions, we offer treatment suggestions, including both self-help and medical remedies. You can also find out how our adjustable beds and unique NHC Cyclo-Therapy massage technology can help you get a better night’s sleep.
Alternatively, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 0800 037 2982, or send us a message via our contact form. Our friendly and knowledgeable team members will be happy to provide you with further details and recommend the best product for your specific needs.