“Sleep is the single most important health behaviour we have”
That’s according to Professor Russell Foster, head of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute at the University of Oxford, who goes on to say that sleep “affects everything from our day-to-day functioning to our long-term physical and mental health.”
And yet, we appear to be encountering more and more problems with our collective sleeping patterns, and there are now over 80 recognized sleeping disorders – some of which are truly bizarre (and will never make you complain about your partner’s snoring again)!
Discover some of the weirder and scarier sleep disorders troubling today’s generation in our infographic below.
Struggling to sleep? Try these 18 ways to make your bedroom the ultimate sleep-friendly zone.