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The Science of Snore StoppA

Snoring has been proven to be more than just an obnoxious sound made while sleeping. There are many health issues related to snoring of which some can be fatal in extreme circumstances. We have compiled some research on snoring and other issues surrounding breathing during sleep. We encourage you to read these articles to gain an understanding of what it is that we do here and the research we have conducted to produce the products we are offering. In understanding the causes, risks, health issues and the benefits our products offer you can begin to determine suitable courses of action to better your health and, ultimately, your life.

sleep apnoea

Sleep Apnoea

Monday, 07 March 2016 by

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is defined as the cessation of airflow during sleep preventing air from entering the lungs caused by an obstruction. Sleep Apnoea causes the sufferer to stop breathing for a period of time during sleep and is considered clinically significant if the cassations are longer than 10 seconds.  OSA only happens during sleep due

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Snoring and Sleep Stages

Monday, 07 March 2016 by

It is well known that there are 2 main stages of sleep – non REM sleep, and REM sleep – both very different from each other. The terms stem from the characteristics of a person’s rapid eye movement in one stage, and not in the other. Non REM sleep has been known to be subdivided into

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What is snoring?

Thursday, 25 February 2016 by

It may sound like a fairly stupid question.. Snoring is that annoying sound some people make when they’re sleeping, isn’t it? Well… Yes. And no. There’s a bit more to it than just the noise you make when you’re asleep. We’ve compiled this short article to give you an insight into what actually causes snoring.

Graeme’s Story

Saturday, 16 January 2016 by

I am 67 years old, I exercise regularly and have been told that I am quite fit for my age – I am in a swim squad and swim three times a week. Even with this regular exercise I always felt as though I did not have enough breath and always felt tired during the

Snoring has been medically proven to contribute to major health problems and is associated with disrupted sleep and an increased risk for sleep apnea. Snoring and associated hyperventilation can also cause or exacerbate asthma, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. Indirectly, snoring can impact negatively on relationships. The effects can range from poor sleeping

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