World Sleep Day 2014: Snoring – tips to prevent or treat the problem!

It was the author of A Clockwork Orange who wrote, “Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.” As we all well know, snoring Continue reading



When your partner has a sleep disorder – you suffer too

When your partner has a sleep disorder such as snoring, it’s a very good bet that he or she is not the only one missing out on a Continue reading



Half the people who snore loudly have obstructive sleep apnoea

Snoring, put simply, is noisy breathing during sleep. It is a common problem among all ages and both genders, and it affects many millions of adults on a Continue reading



Shift work, poor sleep patterns, and ill health are related

Doctors have been worried for years that our 24/7 lifestyle culture could have unintended consequences for human health with more than four million people – 17 per cent Continue reading



Heavy snorers are twice as likely to suffer a fatal stroke

The key findings of this new research were as follows: A major study of more than 25,000 people found the risk of a fatal blood clot more than Continue reading



Are these the top UK areas for snoring?

NHS Choices lists obesity as the first cause of snoring on their website; a noise that is caused by the vibration of the soft tissue in your head Continue reading



How Chin Straps can help you to stop snoring

Snoring is becoming an issue that most people are facing everyday. In fact, recent research estimates that as many as 45% of men and approximately 30% of women are Continue reading



Women, Snoring and the Menopause

It’s not just middle-aged overweight men who wreck their other half’s sleep. Women are equally affected. I read with interest an article in The Daily Mail recently where Continue reading



FACT: Obesity causes snoring and it is highly dangerous

At the beginning of January I referred in an article to the fact that many more people are seeking medical help to try to stop them snoring and Continue reading



Do you have Sleep Apnoea? If so, it’s a Time Bomb – and it’s ticking…

25% of the UK population suffers some form of sleep disorder that results in excessive daytime sleepiness. The following clues may help you to decide if there’s a Continue reading



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