Anonymous Sleep Apnoea Testing
Confidential has lost its meaning. PLEASE don’t ignore sleepiness.
Concerned your GP may report your sleepiness or drowsiness to the DVLA and it then impacts upon your ability to drive? You should be!
You CAN do something about drowsiness. We provide anonymous sleep apnoea testing – Be Safe not Sorry…
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Snoring may be just a nuisance, but it might also be a symptom of sleep apnoea (if you don’t know what ‘sleep apnoea’ is then grab our free Overview Guide)
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People with untreated sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) are 40% more likely to be off work sick than good sleepers
Research suggests that as many as 21% of commercial drivers may have sleep apnoea
In 2012, employee absence cost the UK economy a staggering £14 billion
DVLA state 106 days between revoking a Group 1 licence for sleep apnoea and reinstating it
The 'Unspoken Truth'
Some people will NEVER discuss their sleepiness or drowsiness with a GP, because they fear they would have to stop work immediately. We offer expert, anonymous sleep apnoea testing, so employees can test without fear, get treated promptly and back to work rapidly. Making everyone safer
We are proud to work in partnership with Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Created by Adrian Zacher | Page last updated 17th April 2017
We don’t give snoring or sleep apnoea medical advice – we provide information so you may choose in a more informed way. We DO provide anonymous sleep apnoea testing in partnership with Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (medical experts). The information provided on Snorer.com is intended to complement and not replace the relationship an individual has with their own doctor. If you experience drowsiness or excessive daytime sleepiness or are worried about any aspect of health you should contact your doctor/PCP in person or use our ASAP service if you’re concerned about losing your licence.
ASAP™ is CE marked, standalone, software as a medical device (SaMD).
The manufacturer of ASAP Anonymous Sleep Apnoea Process™ is Snorer.com Ltd. Sleep House, 94 High Street, Sutton Courtenay, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4AX. UK.
References from counters
- Sivertsen, B., Björnsdóttir, E., Øverland, S., Bjorvatn, B. and Salo, P. (2013), The joint contribution of insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea on sickness absence. Journal of Sleep Research, 22: 223–230. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2012.01055.x http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2869.2012.01055.x/abstract. Research conducted in Norway in 2012 with 6,892 people aged 40-45 years [Accessed 24th March 2014]
- Berger M, Varvarigou V, Rielly A, Czeisler CA, Malhotra A, Kales SN. Employer-mandated sleep apnoea screening and diagnosis in commercial drivers. J Occup Environ Med. 2012 Aug; 54(8):1017-25.
- CBI Fit for purpose, Absence and workplace health survey 2013. Available here: [Accessed 15 July 2014]
- Group 1 and Group 2 drivers, 106 and 103 days elapsed respectively between DVLA revoking a licence for sleep apnoea and reinstating it. Data from 2012 with permission from the DVLA, supplied in response to a Freedom of Information request (Ref FOIR3230, granted 22 January 2013)