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  • Online Sleep Apnoea Screening Test

    To bridge the gap between those scratching their head, thinking "I'm not sleeping well, what's wrong with me?" and those booking in their sleep lab visit, there is now a website which can help you determine whether or not it is indeed sleep apnoea you are suffering from. Take the Online Sleep Apnoea Screening Test! From frequenting the various online... Read More

  • Report of the Scottish Association for Sleep Apnoea Conference

    Many great posts appear every day on the various sleep apnoea discussion forums we track online and we wanted to share this one, by "Tony the Busman" from the BSSAA forums. He attended the 12th S.A.S.A. Day Conference and 13th AGM in June at the Education Centre St. John's Hospital, Livingston. Various doctors and sleep clinic directors spoke about the... Read More

  • You can in fact die from Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    There's some interesting discussions on the various CPAP forums going on today related to a CNN news reporter who said that people dying from OSA is "Complete BullS***". The transcript of the show can be read here, the relevant part is about a fifth down: NANCY GRACE: They said that Johnny Grunge -- Mike Durham -- he wrestled under the... Read More

  • Which type of snorer are you?

    The BBC reports today that three quarters of Britons snore. The study, commissioned by Travelodge, found that Coventry is snoring capital of the nation, closely followed by Sheffield, Glasgow and Plymouth. Snorers reported feeling less 'sexy' in the bedroom, relationship problems and general embarrassment because of their snoring. You can read the full news article here. But before you go... Read More

  • OSA & Deadly Driving

    Together with the Transport Safety Group, Respironics UK published a website dedicated to raising awareness of the risks of driving whilst being chronically fatigued. Their OSA Online website links through to a BBC article which on its turn reveals even more scary news about deaths and injury caused by drivers falling asleep at the wheel. We bring you the bite... Read More

  • Undiagnosed Sleep Apnoea Sufferers

    The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence published a report regarding the current state of affairs in the UK regarding Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) for the treatment of Sleep Apnoea/ hypoapnoea Syndrome (OSAHS). In the document, they state the prevalence of OSAHS is approximately 4% in men aged 30-65 years and 2% in women of the same age... Read More

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