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(English) Welcome to Somnogen


Somnogen is a global pharmaceutical company acting as a diversified provider of sleep therapeutics.

(English) About Somnogen

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Somnogen is an early stage pharmaceutical company with its global headquarter located in Toronto, Canada.

The Company aspires to develop and sell products in the rapidly growing India market and beyond. Somnogen specializes in sleep related therapeutic medications and treatments for sleep disorders, such as insomnia.

(English) Our Products

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Somnogen’s primary strategy is to develop, manufacture, and commercialize ANDAs and NDAs. However, currently in order to offer our customers a varied and broad product portfolio within the sleep/wakefulness therapeutics, we will also be acquiring or licensing additional products that fulfill our niche. More

(English) Partner with us


Currently we require

  • Distributors (Generic Division)
  • Distributors (Branded Division)
  • Distributors/Executives for Division
  • Propaganda Cum Distributors (PCDs)
  • Business Associates (global)
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Vision and Mission

  • OUR VISION: Sleep Matters and Sleep first; To offer 'best in sleep' care for our stakeholders; To be a great place to work
  • OUR MISSION:To become the top-performing global pharmaceutical company specialized in sleep therapeutics because we promote sleep
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Deep into Sleep

Lack of sleep impairs performance on a wide variety of tasks. A single all-nighter can triple reaction time and vastly increase lapses of attention.

Pupillometric assessment of sleepiness in narcolepsy

Purpose: Excessive daytime sleepiness is highly prevalent in the general population, is the hallmark of narcolepsy, and is linked to significant morbidity. Clinical assessment of sleepiness remains challenging and the common objective multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) and subjective Epworth sleepiness scale (ESS) methods correlate poorly.

Physiological function of sleep

For long, the physiological function of sleep has not been clear. In most people’s mind, sleep is associated with rest and time for mental regeneration. Restorative, protective and energy-conserving theories of sleep have been quite popular until quite recently when it became apparent that one long-lasting sleep episode with suppression of consciousness does not seem […]
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