90% of us suffer from sleepless nights with snoring being a leading cause.

Over a third of adults say they often wake up than three times a night Coventry is the capital of Britain’s biggest snorers while 96% of residents in Continue reading



Your New Year Resolution should be to stop snoring and extend your life

I took the opportunity to take a look at some of the published lists of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions for the last ten years, and there Continue reading



GO MAD in the NEW YEAR and CHANGE YOUR LIFE

Make it your New Year Resolution to Stop Snoring with a Mandibular Advancement Device. Mandibular Advancement Devices are commonly referred to as stop snoring mouthpieces or mouth guards. Continue reading



Can snoring really kill?

Dental Surgeons say it can – they’ve found out why snoring can take life. Snoring can indicate very serious upper airway disorders, and these blocked airways will increase Continue reading



Our children – and their dangerous untreated snoring habits

Recently, when a young boy was shown on TV in San Francisco snoring loudly, as part of “America’s Funniest Home Videos”, the crowd predictably laughed their heads off. However, while Continue reading



Serious Sleep Problems revealed in Goodnight Britain

One of the most heavily watched programmes to be shown on BBC these last few weeks has been Goodnight Britain – a long overdue insight into unusual, but common, Continue reading



Hurricane Sandy • ‘That roaring outside ain’t snoring’

For me that was without doubt the ‘Snoring Headline of the Week’ and it was to be found in a small newspaper in North Eastern USA as a comment Continue reading



Go MAD • Stop Snoring with a Mandibular Advancement Device

Mandibular Advancement Devices are commonly referred to as stop snoring mouthpieces or mouth guards. As well as being used to restrict or totally stop snoring they are often Continue reading



Sleep Apnoea and Snoring: What's the Difference?

Sleep apnoea is a disorder that is characterized by abnormal pauses in breathing (apnoeas) or abnormally low breathing during sleep. These apnoeas can occur due to a lack Continue reading



A Chin Strap may help to stop you snoring

Did you know that 85% of snorers sleep with the mouth open and it is this habit that in most cases leads to snoring in the first place? Continue reading



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