sleep health awareness
SDSM is a non-profit organisation promoting knowledges and researches in sleep, its disorders and treatments. We are currently active promoting sleep disorders awareness to the public through various education programs..READ MORE
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What is Sleep Disorders?
Sleep is a vital function essential for health because it allows your body to recover mentally and physically. Sleep disorders significantly affect your health and quality of life.
Sleep Disorders Facts
Sleep Disorders is a wide spectrum of diseases. It refers to alterations in the quality, quantity and pattern of sleep. These lead to interruptions in your sleep primary functions.
Children Sleep Problems
Sleep problems in children commonly due to behavioral changes including bedtime refusal and prolonged night awakenings. It often requires parental intervention.
Sleepwalking, yelling in your sleep, violently thrashing in bed and hurting those you love. No, it’s not a demonic possession; it is REM-sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD), a sleep disorder characterized by acting out dreams.
We played a keyrole for sleep disorders awareness through our annual SLEEP conference and regional roadshow namely “Introduction to Sleep Medicine” (ISM). We have successfully brought sleep screening and services to many in the community who would not otherwise have such awareness.
SDSM OFFICE BEARER 2019/2021
Executive Committee members will be elect during Annual General Meeting which be held every two years.Organizational Chart
AP Dr Rusdi B.
Director at University of Malaysia Centre for Addiction Science Studies (UMCAS), he involves in CBT for sleep disorders patient
AP Dr Ahmad Izuanuddin Ismail
Deputy Dean (Clinical) at Faculty of Medicine UiTM. He practices sleep medicine since 2010 and a member of ERS and APSR
Dr Rashidah Binti Yasin
Consultant in Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Centre. She completed her sleep medicine fellowship in Chulalongkorn Univ.
Dr Raymond Tan Suan-Kuo
ENT Consultant in Beacon Hospital, PJ with special interest in snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)
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