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  • Enjoying Your Holidays With CPAP Therapy

    Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a common sleep disorder and its treatment does involve some change in your everyday life. However, this does not mean you should stop enjoying life and going about all the fun things you like to do. Holidays are among life’s treats which can still be enjoyed. Instead, with the right treatment such as CPAP therapy... Read More

  • Maximising CPAP Therapy

    Maximising Your CPAP Therapy: What You Need to Know Countless people suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA). OSA occurs when airways inadvertently narrow and even collapse while sleeping. As a result, the body is temporarily deprived of oxygen. This can result in several unfavourable situations.  Maximising Your CPAP Therapy Not only are you much more likely to heavily snore, but... Read More

  • The Surprising (& Risky) Conditions Linked with Sleep Apnoea

    The Surprising (& Risky) Conditions Linked with Sleep Apnoea Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA for the sake of this article) is defined as a condition associated with difficulty breathing during normal sleep cycles. The individual may snore loudly and there can be instances when he or she is suddenly roused due to the fact that breathing had temporarily stopped. The dangers... Read More

  • What’s your breathing like when you sleep?

    Do you feel tired during the day, sleepy, have trouble concentrating? Do you wake up with a headache? Has your bed partner complained about your snoring? Have you ever woken up choking, gasping for breath? Are you overweight? What’s your breathing like when you sleep? We ask these questions because your answers are important. If you’ve answered “Yes” to them... Read More

  • Could It Be Sleep Apnoea?

    Obstructive Sleep Apnoea - is a serious sleep disorder that interrupts your sleep hundreds of times during the night If you snore - and it’s loud snoring - please keep reading. Have you ever woken up gasping - as if you can’t breathe? Do you have difficulty concentrating at work every day? So drowsy you can barely get work done? ... Read More

  • Over a million in the UK have undiagnosed Sleep Apnoea

    Loud snoring and choking during sleep are keep indicators of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea According to research by the Office of Health Economics for the British Lung Foundation (BLF), over 1 million people in the UK are living with undiagnosed sleep apnoea.¹ An estimated 1.5 million people have the condition - but only 330,000 are receiving treatment. The report stated that... Read More

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