A good night’s sleep keeps you healthy – but snoring prevents it happening

Of late you must have noticed how doctors and healthcare professionals have given extra attention to the importance of undisturbed quality sleep. Increasing number of studies have linked Continue reading



The dangers of snoring and sleep apnoea during pregnancy

The period of time between conception and birth is a critically important one for the lifetime health of the easily influenced growing human baby. During this 35-40 week Continue reading



Dentists report a 30% increase in Bruxism in the last five years.

Bruxism, or grinding and severely clenching your teeth, is widely thought of as a sleep-related disorder and it is growing rapidly as a problem. Many bruxers who clench Continue reading



Snoring is contributing greatly to a massive increase in World Obesity

World media is focused at the moment on the benefits of adequate amounts of undisturbed sleep, and the health problems this creates. The research, led by scientists from Continue reading



Is my snoring sleep apnoea?

Ask yourself this important question before it’s too late. Is my snoring sleep apnoea? Everyone who has sleep apnoea snores, but not everyone who snores has sleep apnoea. Continue reading



New research proves that snoring speeds cancer development

A new European sleep apnoea study has found that snoring promotes cancer development because it limits oxygen intake. This might worsen outcomes for cancer patients. It reveals that Continue reading



Does your partner snore loudly and keep you awake?

Comedians joke about snoring, but snoring can be deadly serious. Snoring can be much more than a nuisance – it can keep you awake, get on your nerves Continue reading



It’s easy – stop snoring and start to lose weight

Do you find it impossible to lose those unwanted pounds even though you’ve tried to cut down on fatty foods and exercise regularly? According to a new book Continue reading



Why Sleep Problems often get ignored

Sleeplessness has a long and tortured history. A 15th-century Italian lawyer named Hippolytus de Marsiliis is said to have first documented sleep deprivation as a way to punish Continue reading



Snoring with your mouth open damages your teeth as well as your health

For those of us who sleep with our mouth open and ‘catch flies’ while we sleep, there’s more bad news because scientists have found that sleeping with the Continue reading



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