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The British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping snorers and their bed partners improve their sleep. Read more.
Snoring is a condition that cannot be cured but can be controlled. Discover how you can successfully stop snoring.
Our snore tests will help you establish what kind of snorer you are and recommend appropriate treatments.
If you have tried everything but not had success, you may wish to make an appointment with us.
Sleep apnoea is a condition that interrupts your breathing when you are asleep.
The recommended treatment is CPAP (Continuous Positive Airways Pressure). A supporting letter from your doctor is required.
Mild & moderate suffers may consider using a mandibular advancement device.
Advanced Sleep Disordered Breathing Course
Thursday, 30th March 2017
Venue: University College London Hospitals, London NW1 2PG
Cost: £125 (including catering and literature) - 6 RCP credits applied for
Brief outline: Sleep medicine has evolved into a new specialty with relevance across a number of fields, including respiratory medicine. The programme aims to provide comprehensive information on practice and recent developments in sleep disordered breathing and focus on management of obstructive sleep apnoea, obesity hypoventilation syndrome, overlap syndrome and central sleep apnoea.
The course will be suitable for those already working in the area of sleep medicine, or for those wishing to develop an interest in sleep medicine.
Commonly caused by anxiety, bruxism - grinding and/or clenching the teeth - occurs most often in sleep and can cause facial pain and headaches.
SleepRight guards are the only occlusal splints approved by the British Dental Health Foundation.
Regular nasal irrigation can reduce reliance on conventional medications used to treat blocked nose, infection, insomnia and stress.
Nasal irrigation is a completely natural treatment for many sinus and nasal conditions.