How much sleep should your child be getting?

We’re all aware that getting good quality sleep every night is imperative to both good physical and mental health and keeps us functioning normally as human beings. It’s Continue reading

There are alternative solutions to CPAP

As we all know, a solid night of sound sleep is important; so important that a person’s overall health and ability to function effectively during the day depends Continue reading

Stopping snoring improves lifestyle and prevents heart problems

Making sure you get plenty of undisturbed sleep could increase the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and prevent heart problems, researchers suggest. It’s important to take regular exercise Continue reading

Sleep Apnoea and Snoring linked to Obesity

Obesity has long been considered one of the most important risk factors associated with heavy snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea – in particular visceral fat, a type that Continue reading

Taking Green to the Mattress: Healthier and More Comfortable Sleep

The all-around benefits of going green aren’t just about saving the environment, but also about a safer, cleaner, and healthier alternative to the many options available in the Continue reading

It’s official: Getting a good night’s sleep could save your life.

Sleep is good for the heart as well as the mind, say researchers, and to get seven or more hour’s sleep each night boosts the benefits to the Continue reading

New DVLA report blames Sleep Apnoea for 20% of Motorway accidents

Further to similar statements by Government Motoring Departments in other countries such as the USA, the DVLA in Britain has made a statement that a greater awareness of Continue reading

Do you suffer from sleep apnoea? If so – your Dentist is the key

Snoring cannot only be an embarrassing problem for some people but it’s also a medical condition that one should get rid of as fast as possible. Today, there Continue reading

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Increases Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death

In a recently published study, the sleeping habits of 10,701 people were studied for 5.3 years to see if there were any incidences of sudden cardiac deaths. Most Continue reading

What causes snoring? The Daily Mail tries to find the answer and the solution.

Perhaps you’re reading this after suffering yet another night of disturbed sleep thanks to snoring. It is estimated that between a third and a half of the UK Continue reading

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