Category Archives: Sleep apnoea & snoring

Below you can read the latest blog posts by Tess Graham relating to sleep apnoea and snoring. Find out what information you may not have been told about your sleep apnoea and snoring.


Snoring in Pregnancy – risks and remedies

About one in four women report frequent snoring; another 25% report occasional snoring by the last week of their pregnancy. For a small number of these women, snoring may be a symptom of obstructive sleep apnoea – fragmented sleep and more »

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Snoring causes couples stress

From Channel 7 Today Tonight January 30, 2013 Snoring causes couples stress “Snoring has been identified as one of greatest causes of stress in relationships, creating huge problems for sufferers and their partners.” “Chronic snorers can have their sleep disrupted more »

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Sleep disorders undetected in truckies

From 7 News article: Sleep disorders undetected in truckies “A long-haul truck driver who caused a fatal collision was later diagnosed with a sleep disorder that affects up to 50 per cent of the industry and goes undiagnosed in most more »

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Putting snoring to rest: The missing link for snoring and sleep apnoea

There are many issues regarding snoring and sleep apnoea that confound current medical thinking. During an interview on ABC Radio Nightlife on Friday December 14 between presenter Rod Quinn and Melbourne sleep physician Dr Maree Barnes, many callers were questioning more »

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Why are breathing problems more common today?

Why do so many people snore and have sleep apnoea today? One in four children and around 60% of people over 40 snore, and for a significant number of them, snoring has progressed to sleep apnoea (sleep apnea) – that’s more »

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Missed diagnosis for snoring and sleep apnoea

What does standard medical diagnosis of snoring and sleep apnoea miss? People who snore and have sleep apnoea (sleep apnea) do not breathe correctly – no exceptions. Yet checking a person’s baseline breathing pattern is not part of standard medical more »

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