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sleep apnoea

Drug may reduce SIDS in children with achondroplasia

A drug that boosts bone growth in children with achondroplasia may also reduce their chances of sudden infant death syndrome…

Childhood risk factors for sleep apnoea in middle age

Childhood risk factors for sleep apnoea in middle age identified in long-term study: Researchers from the University of Melbourne have been…

Could a nasal spray treat obstructive sleep apnoea?

A drug in development for obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) has shown promising results, after researchers from Flinders University tested the…

Link between sleep apnoea and dementia

UQ study explains link between sleep apnoea and dementia: Researchers at The University of Queensland have discovered a link between…

Researchers reduce severity of sleep apnoea

New research published in The Journal of Physiology shows that researchers have successfully repurposed two existing medications to reduce the…

Cerebrovascular disease: Neural network enables assessment of sleep apnoea severity

A new neural network developed by researchers at the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University Hospital enables an easy…

The strange world of sleep disorders

Dr Neil Stanley is one of the UK’s foremost sleep experts and author of How to Sleep Well. Over the…

All you need to know about snoring

Snoring may inspire jokes but it is no laughing matter if you are one of the estimated 40 per cent…

Tired all the time? It may be sleep apnoea

If you’re tired all the time, you might not merely be working hard, you may have serious underlying medical condition…

10 Things you didn’t know about sleep

We all need to sleep, and lack of sleep is linked to depression, behavioural disorders and some of our leading…

Breathless sleep

Sleep apnoea is the most common sleep disorder in the UK, affecting around one million people. It happens when the…