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Natural Remedy for Better Sleep

One third of the adult population in Malaysia complains about their sleep and it happens everywhere worldwide. Some sleep too little, some fitfully and some too much. Although one-third of our lives are spent asleep, most of us don’t know much about sleep. We don’t even know exactly why we sleep.


One third of the adult population in Malaysia complains about their sleep and it happens everywhere worldwide. Some sleep too little, some fitfully and some too much. Although one-third of our lives are spent asleep, most of us don’t know much about sleep. We don’t even know exactly why we sleep. Sleep problems profoundly disturb both sleeping and waking life. It is more common in women, but the quality of sleep decreases equally in both women and men as we age.


Sleep disturbances place an uncalculated, but enormous, burden on most adults. Many industrial and automobile accidents are related to undiagnosed and untreated disorders of sleep. School and job performance, and even everyday social relationships, are also affected. Most sleep disorders, whether caused by physical or mental factors, can be treated or managed effectively once they are properly diagnosed. The sad part is that the majority of sleep disorders go undiagnosed.