National Diabetes Month: Type 2 diabetics have high risk for sleep apnoea

November is National Diabetes Month in the USA, and their National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project is advising everyone with Type 2 diabetes to be aware of his or Continue reading

Women, Snoring and sleep apnoea?

It’s important firstly for women to realize that snoring is not an illness, but it can be a symptom of something more problematic. When you fall into a Continue reading

Welcome to Snorevember

Welcome to Snorevember A month seems to be regarded as the standard time period to stop things that damage your health so SleepPro have decided to join in. Continue reading

Sleep Apnoea: How dangerous is it?

Sleep apnoea is a deadly sleep disorder that gets worse as you grow older. Not only does sleep apnoea cause sleep deprivation, but worse still, it can pose Continue reading

Falling asleep at the wheel is a worldwide problem

According to an article in last week’s Irish Times, sleep apnoea sufferers are more likely to fall asleep when they are driving. We’re always advised to take a Continue reading

Snoring is in your genes – so If you snore – your children will

There’s bad news for any children whose parents constantly keep them awake at night snoring – they are very likely to follow in their parents’ footsteps and be Continue reading

Fat Tongues now blamed for snoring

If you are regularly in trouble with your partner or family for noisy snoring then you may now have a new excuse. According to this week’s press, if Continue reading

Men and women finally agree about snoring – it’s worse than anything

A new survey published this week has revealed that snoring, leaving the toilet seat up, and hogging the duvet are among the top ten worst habits of couples Continue reading

Waistlines continue to expand – and snoring is held responsible.

According to recent data this is happening despite obesity having appeared to be reaching a plateau. Extensive research suggests that the average adult waist size increased by more Continue reading

Treating Sleep Apnoea can balance the NHS budget

Can the NHS cut costs and meet rising expectations?  Treating OSA could save it £28 billion per year and the diagram below shows how cutting down the treatment Continue reading

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