Why Brits Are The Most Restless Sleepers (Infographic)

Having trouble sleeping? Restless nights? Wondering why you’re constantly feeling tired and fatigued? There are a number of possible factors that are stopping so many brits from getting Continue reading



80% of loud snorers who have sleep apnea don’t know they have it

Obstructive sleep apnea, often referred to as OSA, is characterised by loud snoring that occurs before a person stops breathing and is a condition that causes the throats Continue reading



Oral Appliances to Treat Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

There are always lots of questions asked of us by those who are considering using an oral appliance for the first time and therefore we’ve tried to answer Continue reading



Poor Sleep is blamed for a wide range of health, work and social problems

Sleep is important for biological recovery and takes around a third of our time each and every day. Low quality sleep, particularly that interrupted by snoring and other Continue reading



Chin Strap or Mouthpiece? Which might be best for you to stop snoring?

Chin support straps for snorers have consistently proven themselves to be an effective answer to open-mouth snoring, and according to statistics this group of snorers accounts for a Continue reading



Did you forget? – The clocks went forward one hour Sunday

This month we’ve seen lots of attention put on sleep, from it being celebrated as ‘National Bed Month’ to many countries celebrating a special World Sleep Day on Continue reading



My sleep apnoea causes me to stop breathing while I’m sleeping. Is this dangerous?

With more and more people now being aware of obstructive sleep apnoea, which has a rapidly growing number of sufferers, this is now a question that is asked Continue reading



One third of us are said to suffer from Bruxism – but what is it?

One third of us are said to suffer from Bruxism – but what is it? Bruxism is the habit of clenching, gnashing or grinding your teeth. Your teeth Continue reading



There is further proof that snoring damages the body and can kill you.

New evidence has been found which says that snoring can cause you to have a stroke as well as leading to a higher risk of bronchitis The vibration Continue reading



Why is Snoring on the increase everywhere?

No one wants to be a snorer, and many are concerned that doing so will keep others awake at night. But new YouGov research in the UK reveals Continue reading



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