Obstructive sleep apnoea linked to increased risk of stroke and cancer

Many recent medical studies conducted worldwide, and connected with sleep, have reached very similar conclusions; that regularly disturbed or ‘fragmented’ sleep puts people at greater risk of stroke, Continue reading



New evidence on why snoring can be dangerous for your health

A new study suggests that although your snoring may sound like a car revving, it could indicate that the cells in your veins are breaking down. Scientists have Continue reading



Poor Quality Sleep is costing Business time and money

Employees’ sleep problems are probably costing British business a great deal of time and money as poor-quality sleep can affect workers’ mood and judgment and it can also Continue reading



Sleep apnoea sufferers face a 17% higher risk of pneumonia

People with sleep apnoea may be at much greater risk for developing pneumonia, according to a new study. And the more severe the sleep apnoea, the greater the Continue reading



Bruxism and Teeth Grinding is a major problem – and growing fast

A recent medical report has indicated that about one in four people with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) suffer from teeth grinding, particularly nocturnal bruxism, and it is more Continue reading



Do you think you have sleep apnea? It varies in form and there are four main types of treatment.

Good sleep is critical to good health. But what if someone stops breathing for short pauses in the middle of the night, breathes shallowly, snorts, snores, gasps for Continue reading



Buy any SleepPro mouthpiece and get a FREE Desk Diary and Pen

If you purchase any mouthpiece between now and 17th January you’ll qualify for this offer – purchases of cleaning tablets and chin straps are excluded.



Stop snoring appliances proved to lower blood pressure and save lives

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, affects millions of people, even children and teenagers and is often called a ’silent disease’ because you usually don’t know you Continue reading



We’re losing the war with obesity – especially women and children

We may not be heading out to one of the many fast food restaurants as much as we used to, but our obesity rate is still rising. The Continue reading



OSA is more common in men – but it’s often more dangerous in women

Sleep apnoea, which causes pauses in people’s breathing during the night, is usually associated with snoring middle-aged men. But women experience it, too, and may suffer from poorer Continue reading



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