Sleep apnoea / apnea related expert reviews by Snorer.com
Read sleep-expert ‘how-to’ Guides and expert reviews of mandibular repositioning devices for sleep-related breathing disorders including snoring and sleep apnoea / apnea.
How to stop snoring: definitive, step-by-step guide: signposting, assessment, screening, sleep test, diagnosis, treatment, follow-up (2019) BOTTOM LINE: If you want to stop snoring, and sleep in the same bed as your other half, you’ll love this guide.
Using video, X-ray images & diagrams, I provide an expert technical review of chin straps and their underlying concept. I explain why (with 1 exception) most chin straps are dangerous, because they may collapse your airway. I explain the options to stop snoring, treat obstructive sleep apnoea/apnea (OSA).
I HATE instant snoring cures, because they do more harm than good. Learn why I get so agitated, why you should too, and how to ACTUALLY stop snoring.
Over-the-Counter (OTC) dental devices for snoring are widely available. But are they any good? (2019)
If you’re looking for the best anti-snoring device, read my impartial review of the top-selling features and benefits. I compare Over-the-Counter (OTC) versus prescription Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs). I don’t sell them or benefit from affiliate deals.
Dental appliances for sleep apnoea are an appealing option. But how do you know if they will work without buying one? This post explores how predictor or titration dental appliances for sleep apnoea came to be and the vital role they may play building trust between medical and dental sleep professionals.
Learn how to prescribe oral appliances for snoring (2019). Ultimate, step-by-step, how to guide. Including assessment, screening, diagnosis, treatment, bite registration, lab requirements and follow-up.
Governments have introduced a tax on sugary drinks. As sleep & obesity are interrelated is a tax on CAFFEINE (such as your latte) a better idea?
TURN OVER! Heard that before? Here I review the NightShift positional therapy device for snoring and mild/moderate obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)
Someone you know is snoozing all the time? Why do we ignore the warning signs (drowsiness) in others? What if they fell asleep when driving…