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Australian guide to sleep awareness events in 2016

sleep awareness, world sleep day, sleep awareness week, better sleep, better learning

Sleep awareness will be in the spotlight this year with three major events taking place in Australia. World Sleep Day While most sleep disorders are treatable, only about a third of sufferers seek professional help, according to World Association of Sleep Medicine (WASM). With so many people suffe... Continue reading

Tags:  Better Sleep Better Learning,  Obstructive Sleep Apnoea,  Sleep Awareness Week,  World Sleep Day

7 Effective Snoring Solutions: How to Stop Snoring Effectively

Perhaps you are woken each night by the sound of your own snoring or maybe your significant other is tired of dealing with the excessive noise when they are trying to catch some shut eye. While this may seem like no big deal and you probably try your best to laugh it off, snoring can often indicate ... Continue reading

Tags:  Foods and Diet,  Snoring,  Snoring Remedies

Anti-Snoring Eating Habits: Sleep Tight By Eating These Foods

Anti-snoring eating habits

Having trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep? You’re not alone! 90% of Australians will suffer from some form of sleep disorder in their lifetime, with 30% being severely affected. With the International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD) organising 8 categories, with over 70 recogn... Continue reading

Tags:  Foods and Diet,  Health Consequences,  Snoring Remedies

Insomnia and sleep apnoea, what’s the difference?

Insomnia and sleep apnoea, what’s the difference?

Knowing you have difficulties sleeping is one thing, but understanding why and what’s causing your sleep deprivation is another. Sleep disorders can have complex causes and serious health consequences if left unmanaged. For this reason, it’s very important to speak with a medical special... Continue reading

Tags:  Obstructive Sleep Apnoea,  Sleep Apnoea Diagnosis,  Sleep Apnoea Treatment,  Untreated Sleep Apnoea

Rest Area Ahead: Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) and Driving

OSA

Drivers understand how sleepiness can interfere with even the simplest cognitive tasks. This can sometimes feel more like getting from A to E, than A to B. For those who suffer from OSA this can be hazardous, due to the interrupted sleep OSA causes. The 2011 study Reawakening Australia investigated... Continue reading

Tags:  Obstructive Sleep Apnoea,  Sleep Apnoea Treatment,  Untreated Sleep Apnoea

9 Foods to stifle snoring

Snoring remedys

9 Foods to Stifle Snoring You may be among the 40% of men or 30% of women who have at least mild snoring, on some nights. While it may be easy to think nothing of it (you are asleep after all!), it can be disruptive for those around you. Not only can it be a nuisance, 75% of people who snore actu... Continue reading

Tags:  Foods and Diet

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