AmLife Advocates “Better Sleep, Better Life, Better Planet” As It Celebrates World Sleep Day 2020

March 19, 2020

Good sleep is incredibly important for our health. People with short sleep duration tend to weigh significantly more than those who get adequate sleep, do you agree with this statement? According to a survey by the World Health Organization, 27% people having sleep problems in 14 countries. According to World Sleep Association, there is a growing trend in sleep disorders, with an increasing number of the affected populations in the country.

Gues how many percentages, Malaysian has a sleeping disorder? The answer is 35% of Malaysian has a sleeping disorder and it leads to deadly threat such as:-


According to 《USA Today》, people who sleep less than 6 hours a day have 4 times higher stroke risk than those who sleep longer.


A study by Columbia University revealed that people who sleep less have 73% higher chance of becoming obese.


A study by American Cancer Society discovered that people who sleep less than 7 hours a day have 47%.


Lack of sleep can easily lead to myocardial infarction. A study found that people who sleep less than 5 hours a day have 1.45 times higher risk of developing coronary artery heart disease.

How is your sleeping pattern? I am glad to attend A sleep health showcase presented by AmLife International Sdn. Bhd. and they have organized World Sleep Day tribute for the fifth year in a row. Reinforcing its tagline, “Life, Redefined,” AmLife is spearheading the movement to enable Malaysians to achieve better health through better sleep, thus redefining their lives.

According to Mr Lew Mun Yee, Founder & President of AmLife, sleep education is not only close to our hearts and our business philosophy but is increasingly important as sleep disorders are escalating in the region. “Together with World Sleep Society, AmLife is hosting a sleep showcase which includes sleep workshops and demos in 3 key countries – Malaysia, Indonesia and Taiwan this year,” said Mr. Lew.

During the showcase, Amlife has invited Ms. Rosemary Clancy, Clinical Psychologist in Sydney Sleep Centre and a Registered Psychologist with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency – AHPRA to share with us how a sleeping pill habit evolves and its long-term effect. It was fruitful information and she also shares some tips to encounter a sleeping issue.

Besides having a good environment, what else can impact our sleeping condition? Let's hear from Mr. Kerwin Chen, Nutritionist / Food Researcher who shared his insights on achieving quality sleep thru proper dietary nutrition and home-cooked recipes. I do agree with his statement that the right food can promote better sleep. Some foods contain high amounts of specific antioxidants and nutrients, such as magnesium, that are known to enhance sleep by helping you fall asleep faster or stay asleep longer. 

During the talk, Amlife also introduces the AmPower Platinum series comprises the Ampower Platinum Heat Sleep Mask, AmPower Platinum Beautifly Pillow and AmPower Platinum Blanket - a unique platinum anti-aging technology from Japan. I am lucky as I get to test AmPower Platinum Blanket (small version) on half my face to see the differences. After the 15 minutes test, my face more lifting and smaller pores. This Platinum range helps delay cell aging & rejuvenate the skin, helping users derive a younger & healthier body from sleep. For more information, please visit

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