Patient Resources

Noum has crafted this space to increase awareness of sleep disorders and to educate patients to facilitate accurate diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.

Why We Sleep – Understanding the Dynamics of Sleep

Sleep is not a luxury. It is the ultimate way to restore, rejuvenate, and heal your mind and body. Healthy sleep empowers your body to fight off infection and disease.

When your body and mind are deprived of sleep, you are deprived of both health and emotional balance. Without adequate sleep, your mental and physical state deteriorates rapidly. Sleep deprivation has a huge detrimental impact on your immune system. Your chances of developing life-threatening cardiovascular and metabolic ailments increases over time as you lose sleep. Your mental wellbeing also directly correlates to the amount and quality of sleep you get.

Fact: You are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety if you are sleep deprived.

What Are Sleep Disorders?

If you have trouble falling (or staying) asleep on a day-to-day basis, you might be suffering from a sleep disorder. Sleep disorders are conditions that affect your ability to get adequate sleep, impacting your daily life.

Whether stress is to blame or there are environmental and physiological factors, sleep disorders are indeed becoming increasingly common and should be considered if you are experiencing less than optimal physical or mental health.

It is crucial to receive the right treatment for your specific sleep disorder. Left untreated, sleep disorders like sleep apnea can cause negative (and sometimes fatal) health consequences. Lack of sleep affects your work performance and relationships, too.

Types of Sleep Disorders

Sleep Apnea



Restless Legs Syndrome


Pediatric Sleep Disorders

Circadian Rythm Disorders

Other Sleep Disorders



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