Are you dying for a good sleep?
If you or your partner have sleep apnoea, can it can also be the case, you don't even know it. But it's more than just a sleep annoyance problem - it’s medically linked to increased chances of diabetes, heart disease and other conditions, and it can put your life at risk...! With sleep apnoea, your air supply is continually interrupted, causing blood oxygen levels to plummet.
The Definitive Causes Of Snoring
Snoring is noisy breathing while you sleep. It’s a common condition that can affect anyone, although it happens more often in men and in people who are overweight and it also tends to get worse with age. It affects 41% of the UK population, so you are not alone! In this news post, we look at he common causes for snoring and what you can do to begin to remedy it.
Snoring & Sleep Apnoea in Women
Snoring and sleep apnoea are generally considered to be conditions predominantly affecting men. The basis for this assumption is made purely on early epidemiological studies and clinical research conducted on male patients. Studies from the early 1970s and 1980s suggested that the male:female ratio for sleep apnoea was around 60:1. However...