Slumbering. Snoozing. Sawing logs. No matter what it’s called, a good night’s sleep never becomes tiresome.
Unfortunately, millions of people aren’t getting the seven to eight hours of ZZZs every adult needs—every night—to support good health. If you’re among those sleepyheads, perhaps it’s one of these common sleep disorders that’s keeping you up:
If you think you have a sleep disorder, ask your doctor for help finding your way back to dreamland.
The Shannon Clinic Sleep Center can help you stop counting sheep and get some sleep. For information, call (325) 481-2035Tweet