World Sleep Day: Prioritizing Sleep for Better Health
World Sleep Day: Prioritizing Sleep for Better Health and Well-Being

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  • Good quality sleep is essential for our overall health and well-being. Yet, in today’s fast-paced and stressful world, many of us struggle to get the restful sleep we need. That’s why World Sleep Day, which takes place on the third Friday of March every year, is so important. This global event aims to raise awareness about the importance of sleep and its impact on our health.

    In this article, we’ll explore the importance of sleep, common sleep disorders, tips for improving sleep, and the role of a multi-specialty hospital in addressing sleep disorders.

The Importance of Sleep

  • Sleep is essential for our physical and mental health. It helps our bodies and minds to recharge and repair, improves memory and learning, and boosts mood and productivity. According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults need between 7-9 hours of sleep per night, while children and teenagers require more.

  • Lack of sleep can have serious consequences on our health, including an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and depression. In addition, it can impair our cognitive and motor functions, leading to accidents and injuries.

Common Sleep Disorders

  • There are many types of sleep disorders, ranging from insomnia to sleep apnoea to restless leg syndrome. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, affecting around one-third of adults. It is characterized by difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep and can have a significant impact on our quality of life.

  • Sleep apnoea is another common disorder, which causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep. It can lead to loud snoring, daytime sleepiness, and other health complications if left untreated.

  • Treatment options for sleep disorders depend on the type and severity of the disorder, but may include lifestyle changes, medication, or surgery.

Tips for Improving Sleep

  • There are many things we can do to improve the quality of our sleep. These include:

    • Maintaining a consistent sleep schedule, even on weekends
    • Creating a sleep-conducive environment, with a comfortable mattress and pillows, and a dark and quiet room
    • Avoiding caffeine and alcohol before bedtime
    • Limiting screen time before bed, as the blue light can interfere with our sleep
    • It’s also important to establish good sleep habits, such as winding down before bed with a relaxing activity and avoiding stimulating activities like exercise or work in the evening.

    If you’re experiencing sleep-related problems, it’s important to seek medical attention. We at MGM Healthcare provide comprehensive care for patients with sleep disorders. Services may include sleep studies, medication management, and behavioural therapies.

    Our team of sleep specialists and physicians are dedicated to helping patients get the restful sleep they need to live their best lives. To make an appointment or learn more about our services, call us at +91 44 4524 2424.