■ Sleep Therapy

Sleep is something we all do, but depending on our sleep status, we are known to be susceptible to lifestyle-related diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, coronary artery disease such as myocardial infarction and angina pectoris, and cerebrovascular disease.

Disturbances in sleep are known to adversely affect the immune system and natural healing power, which are important for life, and vary to alter the secretion of growth hormones. In infants, young children, and adolescents, it adversely affects physical growth, making it difficult for them to grow taller. Many people suffer from stomach and intestinal problems due to lack of sleep. The face becomes swollen and the complexion and skin condition visibly deteriorates. In addition, lack of sleep tends to lead to obesity. It has a negative impact on mood mentality, leading to depression (or unstable changes in manic or depressive states), moodiness and poor relationships. It also has a negative impact on the basic functions of one's brain such as memory and concentration, resulting in a serious impact on the effectiveness of schoolwork (studying) in students and on the quality of work in adults. In the latter case, various labor statistics have shown that it increases the number of mistakes made at work, and in physical laborers, it increases the probability of serious injury or fatal accidents (the incidence of occupational accidents).

One way to improve sleep is to analyze a "sleep graph”. In a sleep graph, you can record six different times: the time which you went to bed, the time which you actually fell asleep, the time which you woke up, the time which you got out of bed and the time which you were awake or took a nap. When you can record it for a week or two and make a chart, You can notice problems with your sleep habits, such as "going to bed too early”. If your sleep efficiency is low, you can check your sleep efficiency. If your sleep efficiency is low, you can improve it by shortening the time you spend in bed, without changing your waking time. As a result, your sleep efficiency can be improved more.
On this tour, we will use a sleep graph to help you improve your sleep.