New Guidelines for treating Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)

If you already suffer from sleep apnoea, or think that you or your partner may have this dangerous problem, and it remains undiagnosed for whatever reason, then the Continue reading



Snoring mothers-to-be are linked to low birth weight babies

The British Press have covered this subject extensively this week based on the results of a new research study that has just been completed in the United States. Continue reading



Sleep disorders vary regionally – and so does support and diagnosis

Recent research carried out by the British Lung Foundation, in conjunction with both Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, has highlighted that the provision of services to Continue reading



Snoring can trigger a stroke or heart attack

Whilst waiting to go into a meeting the other day I happened to pick up a copy of a daily newspaper in the waiting area, and came across Continue reading



Snoring can cause Women to put on weight

Lack of sleep affects food choices and if you don’t sleep well it can cause you to choose more high-calorie foods. So, not only does being overweight cause Continue reading



Snoring, sleep apnoea, and sleep loss in women

Snoring, and sleep apnoea in particular, were both generally considered to be conditions predominantly affecting men but we now know this not to be the case, with the Continue reading



Massive increases recorded in the number of women who snore

“Women in particular do not like to think they snore – there’s a stigma attached to it – yet they now account for 40 per cent of snorers,” Continue reading



Snoring tops the new “Hate List’ for bedroom annoyances

We all need a good night’s sleep regularly but in a recent nationwide survey in the United Kingdom, snoring topped the list of our most hated bedroom annoyances Continue reading



#Stoptober • Is Smoking Ruining Your Sleep?

The successful Stoptober campaign is under way yet again and as well as assisting you to stop smoking, it can help you in other ways – such as Continue reading



Heavy Texting and Social Media are linked to Sleep Problems and poor performance for University students

I recently highlighted the high incidence of sleep disorders in adults, particularly women, and also wrote about the worrying problems that lack of sleep and snoring can cause Continue reading



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