Is too much sleep bad for you? It depends on your age.

Getting enough sleep is vital for the health, particularly when you are younger. According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) teenagers function best obtaining 8-10 hours of sleep Continue reading



Where do we find most of the UK’s snorers?

A new survey shows that Scotland has more snorers, as a percentage of the population, than anywhere else in the United Kingdom. Scotland topped the list of snorers Continue reading



Snoring and your sex life

A new study of UK consumers has found that 89% of people whose partners snore lose sleep as a result – and on average as much as 1.5 Continue reading



CPAP usage proved to cause Weight Gain

Obstructive sleep apnoea is a common and serious disorder in which our breathing repeatedly stops for 10 seconds or more during sleep. The number of times that it Continue reading



Treating obstructive sleep apnoea will help asthmatics

Trouble with breathing is becoming an increasingly widespread problem. Respiratory health worldwide is being challenged by poor air quality, substandard living conditions, and economic development. One result of Continue reading



How to sleep better and prevent snoring and sleep apnoea

The average person spends one third of their life sleeping but studies suggest that almost half of us suffers from some form of sleep deprivation, with one half Continue reading



Why Snoring Shouldn't Be Ignored

People who snore believe that their partners are the ones most affected by their nightly symphonies. After all, they’re the ones kept awake while the culprit remains blissfully Continue reading



Looking after your health – for yourself

Britain’s A&E departments are in “a critical condition” – a message that has recently been carried on the front page of every national newspaper in the UK as Continue reading



Peace and Family Harmony at Christmas

Snoring doesn’t just interfere with the snorer’s sleep. When it comes to couples, one person’s snoring often means sleep trouble for two. And it isn’t only sleep that Continue reading



Children's obesity risk Increased by breathing problems and poor sleep

A solid night’s sleep does more than recharge a growing brain — it may also help keep a growing body lean – and that applies to all of Continue reading



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