Sleeping Disorders

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Our sleep specialists work with each patient to fully assess their symptoms, determine the underlying cause of any sleep disorder, develop a personalized treatment programme and provide follow up services that assist with therapy compliance and ensure our patients’ overall satisfaction.

Sleep Apnoea

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is a common condition characterized by recurrent episodes of complete or partial obstruction, often associated with snoring.

Insomnia

Difficulty with falling asleep, staying asleep or not having good quality of sleep despite having opportunity for sleep, which results in impairment of daytime functioning.

Narcolepsy

Difficulty with falling asleep, staying asleep or not having good quality of sleep despite having opportunity for sleep , which results in impairment of daytime functioning.

Restless Leg Syndrome

People with Restless Leg Syndrome experience restlessness or “crawling” sensations in their legs or arms, particularly in the evening or when resting.

Circadian Rhythm Disorder

Treatments of Circadian Rhythm Disorders include light therapy, behavioural therapy, melatonin. A new medication, Agomelatine, may be useful in associated sleep problems.

Sleep And Depression

Patients who have difficulty sleeping often have an associated depression or other psychological problem, and patients with psychiatric illness often have problems sleeping.