Insomnia & Sleep Disorders Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Insomnia and other sleep disorders and the health problems they cause are receiving growing recognition from the healthcare profession due to their pervasiveness and ability to potentially interfere with normal functioning, as well as the recognition in the 20th century of the medical importance of sleep. Today, more than 1,600 laboratories for sleep monitoring exist across the United States.

Disturbances in regular sleep patterns can be the result of a variety of factors, including teeth grinding, apnea, mood disorders and night terrors. When a person has a difficulty sleeping with no clear cause, it is known as insomnia. Sleep disorders also encompass excessive sleeping, a condition known as hypersomnia.

Sleep apnea, a potentially serious disorder, is usually the result of breathing irregularities and can result in a range of consequences including daytime sleepiness and irritability to increased risk of accidents and hypertension. Untreated sleep apnea patients are three times more likely to have car accidents than those without sleeping disorders and as many as 50% of all sleep apnea sufferers have high blood pressure. Although only about 2 million cases of sleep apnea have been diagnosed in the U.S., the actual number of individuals suffering from the condition is estimated at between 15 to 30 million, with different groups using various methodologies to arrive at different estimates.

Common treatments for insomnia and sleep disorders include behavioral treatments, medications, and home respiratory breathing products, such as continuous positive airway pressure devices and bi-level positive airway pressure electro-mechanical devices for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.

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Insomnia & Sleep Disorders Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Sleep Aids in Vietnam

    ... the volume growth rate is expected to slow. Sleep aids remains a small OTC category in Vietnam, as sales of these products are strictly controlled by the Ministry of Health. Although consumers can still buy ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Israel

    ... busier lifestyles, but the virus further contributed to growth, as uncertainty and anxiety over the impacts of the virus are believed to have increased demand further. The combination of not being able to see friends, ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Nigeria

    ... remain uninterested in these products or unaware of them, with sales limited to affluent urbanites. Euromonitor International's Sleep Aids in Nigeria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Peru

    ... and financial difficulties. As anxiety over the impact of the virus has grown, more consumers are likely to turn to sleep aids in order to alleviate stress and the growing problem of insomnia. The combination ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Morocco

    ... are suffering from more anxiety and mental health issues caused by the stress and uncertainty of COVID-19. This is expected to increase the demand for sleep aids in 2020 as many who suffer from anxiety ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Egypt

    ... consumer health areas. However, there was increased demand for sleep aids, particularly early in the pandemic, as people found it hard to sleep due to increased stress levels. However, this is expected to taper off ... Read More

  • Sleep Tech Devices Market Size By Product (Wearables {Smart Watches and Bands}, Non-wearables {Sleep Monitors, Beds}), By Gender (Male {<18, 18-36, 37-55, >55}, Female {<18, 18-36, 37-55, >55}), By Application (Insomnia, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Narcoleps

    ... (Specialty Clinics, Direct-to-consumer, Hospitals), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2020 - 2026 Global sleep tech devices market is slated to experience notable expansion over the next ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in South Korea

    ... addition to heightened stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic, a diverse range of products becoming available is also boosting sales in 2020. In addition, many sleep aids OTC products were more actively promoted during ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Ukraine

    ... the review period, many Ukrainians were forced to continue economising due to comparatively low incomes. The outbreak of COVID-19 caused further strain, with many Ukrainians stressed about the potential of falling ill and the economic ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Poland

    ... to finding activities to fill long hours in the home, limited physical activity, with the ban on sport and closure of gyms and fitness clubs for 2-3 months from the beginning of the pandemic, meant ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Turkey

    ... immune system releases proteins called cytokines. Certain cytokines are important for fighting infections and inflammation. Sleep deprivation therefore weakens the body’s defence system and makes people more vulnerable to contracting a virus. Therefore, demand for ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Romania

    ... boon in sales. Particularly during the lockdown in the first half of the year, many Romanians suffered from insomnia caused by uncertainty about the impact of the global pandemic, unemployment and the lack of social ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Hungary

    ... home and are less stressed. This could restrict the demand for sleep aids in 2020, although additional pressures such as balancing parenting, home-schooling and work are also important to consider. Euromonitor International's Sleep Aids in ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Russia

    ... increasingly hectic and stressful lifestyles of the Russian population, and anxieties related to economic instability, low consumer purchasing power and higher taxes and living costs, but the virus further contributed to growth as increased stress ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Norway

    ... to growth recorded in 2019. Therefore, sales are supported by ongoing trends in the landscape. Many Norwegians suffer from insomnia, and stress-related problems are relatively common amongst the adult population, especially due to increasingly busy ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in the Philippines

    ... COVID-19 pandemic boosted sales of sleep aids in the Philippines in 2020. Increased working hours due to working from home, as well as activities such increased exposure to the internet and use of technological devices, ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in the United Arab Emirates

    ... help to reduce the risk of being infected or better fight the virus and its many symptoms, while a lack of adequate sleep weakens the body’s defence system and makes people more vulnerable. However, the ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Sweden

    ... Therefore, sales in sleep aids are expected to align with existing trends in the landscape, with many consumers reaching for sleep aids to treat stress-related problems. Much of this is job-related in Sweden, or due ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in the Czech Republic

    ... have disrupted lifestyles and increased anxiety for many consumers, leading to an increased incidence of sleep problems. Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, demand for sleep aids was already growing as a result of the ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Finland

    ... availability in channels – especially grocery retailers. The lockdown and subsequent losses and changes in jobs have created new stresses, disrupting people’s routines as well as causing worry over finances, resulting in demand for sleep ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Slovakia

    ... sales of sleep aids, with many consumers facing sleep problem for the first time. When consumers start looking for ways of ameliorating insomnia, they generally opt for products based on natural ingredients first that are ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Bulgaria

    ... freedom, financial challenges and an economic crisis nationwide as well as globally, placing a great amount of pressure on consumers. During the initial lockdown many consumers across Bulgaria lost their jobs as businesses went bankrupt, ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Chile

    ... 2019, the local population has been increasingly worried about the economic situation, with violent manifestations leading to widespread looting. In addition, the COVID-19 outbreak in March ruined any hopes for a quick recovery. Consequently, the ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Indonesia

    ... minor contribution to demand due to stress, anxiety and depression about the virus and the economic fallout from measures taken to control it in the country. However, growth is also expected to continue be due ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Canada

    ... issues were identified by health groups as a potential consequence of the pandemic. For example, the “Sleep On It!” campaign, launched in 2019 by the Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network (CSCN) and other national sleep ... Read More

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