Does snoring keep you awake all night?

Can you identify with the following scenario? Every night the same ritual plays out in the bedroom. She goes to sleep before her husband does, and then she’s Continue reading

Sleep Refreshes by 'Resetting' your brain cells

We all know that sleep is a necessary part of our existence but when people suggest that sleep ‘refreshes’ us, what exactly does this mean? A new study Continue reading

Heavy Snoring & Sleep Apnea

There is a difference between regular, habitual snoring and sleep apnea. Not all snorers will suffer from sleep apena but it can be a symptom, particularly for the Continue reading

Join our Partners Against Snoring group!

Are one of the many long suffering snoring partners looking to vent their frustrations? SleepPro have set up a group for your convenience, let your feelings known if Continue reading

News From The Edinburgh Science Festival

NHS must wake up to ‘deadly’ sleep apnoea Medical experts reporting today have made statements to The Scotsman and warn that the NHS is not investing enough in Continue reading

Unhealthy Britain – the NHS lags behind Europe

New research suggests the UK is lagging behind progress being made by similar countries on many indicators for ill health. Health data over 20 years was compared with Continue reading

Daylight Savings Time: A problem for our sleeping pattern?

With just one week left until daylight savings time many of us will lose out on an hour of sleep, many people will wake up this Sunday morning Continue reading

WINNING THE BATTLE OF BEDTIME – An important new TV Programme

Is your child sleep-deprived? Do they have problems getting to sleep? Does your toddler wake up often during the night? Is your teen addicted to the screen? Watch Continue reading

‘Sleep Apnoea is a slow killer’ say the world’s leading experts

Friday March 15th 2013 was designated as ‘World Sleep Day’ and to mark the occasion a major world conference was held recently to discuss the many serious sleep Continue reading

Treating Sleep Apnea 

Common treatments for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) include advice on lifestyle changes, the use of an MAD and the use of breathing apparatus while you are asleep. Lifestyle Continue reading

« Previous PageNext Page »