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

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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

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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

The link between Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and Memory Loss

relationship between sleep apnoea and memory loss

Sleep apnoea sufferers are characterised by their loud and persistent snoring, while some are known to choke and gasp for air during sleep. “Apnoea” is a Greek word that translates to “without breath”. For most, sleep apnoea results in poor quality and fragmented sleep for th... Continue reading

Tags:  Health Consequences,  Memory Loss,  Sleep Apnoea Treatment,  Untreated Sleep Apnoea

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