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Sleeping Disorders - Disability Claim

A healthy sleep is needed for optimal health and can affect hormone levels, mood, cognitive function and weight. Sleeping disorders are common and can include; snoring, sleep apnea, insomnia, sleep deprivation, narcolepsy and restless leg syndrome. Some sleeping disorders are serious enough to interfere with your physical, mental, social, occupational and emotional function.

From our experience with many clients, we understand the effects that sleeping disorders can have and how they can have a significant impact in every aspect of your life.

These disorders require understanding, patience and compassion, as well as sound legal advice. At Share Lawyers, we take pride in keeping up to date on the latest developments in the proper representation and understanding of the issues surrounding clients who suffer from sleeping disorders.

We would encourage you to contact us to consult further about your claim, to see if we can be of assistance to you and your family.

There are time limits to all claims and any delay in proceeding with your claim may be subject to a deadline so you should not delay in proceeding with your claim or obtaining legal advice to clarify these deadlines.

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Facts & Figures - Sleeping Disorders

There are many different ways to help diagnose sleeping disorders. Doctors can normally treat most of the disorders effectively once they have been correctly diagnosed.

Fact: Going to bed and waking up at the same time each day can improve your sleep.

Serious sleep disorders are linked to hypertension, increased stress hormone levels and an irregular heartbeat.

  • Limit caffeine, nicotine and alcohol use (especially late afternoon)
  • Exercise regularly for good sleep quality
  • Avoid heavy, rich or fatty foods right before bedtime
  • No electronic devices or screens in the bedroom
  • Establish a regular and relaxing routine around bedtime (warm bath, read a book)
  • Make sure your bedroom has a nice atmosphere (control temperature, dim lights, black out curtains)
  • Maintain a healthy diet

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