Sleep related posts from the Snorer.com blog

Why I’ll sacrifice my sleep for the football

Sleep House has not seen too much sleep over the past few weeks – what with hot weather and the World Cup. Accepted. Sleep House has not seen too much sleep over the past few weeks – what with hot weather and the World Cup. I’m not a massive football fan, but I’m massively patriotic, so I’m writing this, sitting here in red, white and blue…

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Fancy a lecture at 8 in the morning? OMG!

Today I saw the headline: “Durham University students angry at plans for 8am start.” The university is reportedly considering plans to start lectures early to support a growing cohort of students and that this would be a temporary measure while additional lecture theatre space is built. I find this suggestion quite surprising.

There is plenty of research that suggests students perform better with a later morning start2, and indeed that grades can suffer with insufficient sleep when circadian rhythms are not taken into account.

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My Adventure into Sleeping Better and More

Sleep Better - Feel Better The tips of this page are based on my personal 'adventure' into how I recently (with some evidence from using an ApneaLink and a NightShift) improved my sleep quality and duration, by applying the knowledge that I have gained through working...

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BBC “Trust me – I’m a Doctor” – Screening

BBC “Trust me – I’m a Doctor”. Screening for symptoms of sleep apnoea/apnea (OSA) permits early detection and this confers an advantage. For OSA it is possible to recognise those that will develop the disease and those that won’t. Effective therapies exist for both snoring and sleep apnoea/apnea.

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Collaborator for ASAP(sm)

We invented the ASAP Anonymous Sleep Apnea Process℠ to help snorers get checked out for sleep apnoea - without risk to their job. For ASAP℠ to work as intended, Snorer.com needs an expert home sleep testing collaborator and we are truly delighted to say...

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We are GO ! Welcome to Snorer.com

That was really good to type! We have worked so long to create the content of the guides, develop the website and build the business relationships to make our ideas reality. It feels really good to go live and show the world. So whats it all...

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Health Informatics – What’s that about?

Why is Health Informatics (HI) of any interest? Chronic diseases are projected to be the leading cause of disability and most expensive problem for healthcare systems (World Health Organisation, 2002). Long-term monitoring of the individual patient’s condition and how...

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Do you need a Digital Detox?

Do you need to 'unplug'? Knock knock Neo! Are you glued to your iPhone or Android, do you have to check your email before bed and first thing in the morning? Are your kids texting throughout the night or perhaps you have a TV in your bedroom? Or perhaps you are a...

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