In our fast-paced modern world getting enough sleep is a major concern for just about everyone. Whether your lack of sleep is due to work, raising kids or burning the candle at both ends, we can all do with more of it; and when your own attempts fail sometimes you need expert help.

The new Asia Sleep Centre at Paragon, opened in September 2012, is headed by world-renowned sleep surgeon Dr Kenny Pang; this man is an expert in discovering why you can’t sleep or why your sleep doesn’t seem to stop you feeling tired.

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Dr Pang is extremely well-qualified to help you manage your sleep issues. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore, attaining his Fellowship exams from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 1999 and in Ireland in 2002. He also passed his Masters of Medicine (Otorhinolaryngology) in 2001; completed six years of ear, nose and throat surgical training, and was accredited as an ENT (ear, nose and throat) surgeon/specialist in 2004. On top of this, Dr Pang completed a year of sleep surgery and sleep medicine fellowship with Prof David Terris in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, at the Georgia Sleep Centre, Medical College of Georgia, in the US.

At the Asia Sleep Centre, Dr Pang handles all sorts of Sleep Disorders including snoring, obstructive sleep apnoea, insomnia, narcolepsy, sleep walking, night terrors, bed wetting, and parasomnias, as well as ENT conditions, Head and Neck and Thyroid disorders. So no matter what your problem is, Dr Pang can sort you out.

The Asia Sleep Centre caters for all sorts of patients, from those who can’t get to sleep – insomniacs – to people who can’t stay awake – apneics. There’s state-of-the-art equipment to examine everything from your airways via an endoscope to a convenient home-based wrist-worn Sleep Diagnostic watch device to monitor your sleep patterns.

Dr Pang is also the inventor of the “Pang’s Expansion Pharyngoplasty” which has shown 86 per cent success rates in patients with snoring and sleep Apnea – issues which can affect men and women both.

To help you when you’re at home the Asia Sleep Centre is also launching a series of smartphone aps which will be available late September. Starting with a Child Sleep ap – for all the parents out there – and an Insomnia ap – for the rest of us – these aps will be able to help you out with useful tips and interactive features. Two more aps will be launched early in 2013; one to deal with Snoring and another for Sinus Allergy conditions.

In the meantime, if you – like the rest of us – cannot get a good night’s sleep, make an appointment at the Asia Sleep Centre with Dr Pang and get some help for your sleep problems.

The Asia Sleep Centre is located at Paragon #18-04, call 6836 0060 to make an appointment or email drpang@asiasleepcentre.com. For more information about Dr Kenny Pang and the Asia Sleep Centre, go to www.drkennypang.com and www.asiasleepcentre.com.