Daytime sleepiness, poor attention span, irritability, low mood, short temper, argumentative, low tolerance, sugar cravings are all symptoms of poor sleep health. When we sleep, our bodies repair cells, strengthen the immune system, and restore energy levels.
Good quality deep sleep is often the best way to help you cope with stress, solve problems, or recover from illness; naturally. But how much sleep do we need nightly for optimum health and vitality?
Sleep Clinic Services have been invited to present a talk entitled Sleep Disordered Breathing - The Hidden Epidemic at the inaugural Centenary Natural Health Expo this Saturday 28th June at the Jindalee Hotel from 2.30pm.
The purpose of the Expo is to inspire and educate people on how to naturally improve their health and well being. This year's theme is Creating a Future of Abundant Health and Vitality, Today.
‘In Home’ diagnostic sleep studies (polysomnograms) are now available all around Australia, including in small regional centres, representing a welcome change to the requirement and expense of an overnight stay in a hospital or sleep clinic unit.