Snoring Partner’s Guide
If you’re sleep is impacted by a snoring partner or family member, then this Guide is for you. The idea behind it is simply to give you some ideas and pointers, and help you have an informed conversation about changing the situation – not just sleeping apart.
We earnestly believe, people need help with snoring and not just to be sold a quick-fix gadget. So this Guide aims to educate, encourage and empower you. It covers snoring and sleep apnoea/apnea from the warning signs to risk factors.
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Partner's Guide - Information for those who want to help a snorer
This Guide aims to help you have a productive conversation with your partner (or family member) about their snoring. You will learn what happens when they sleep and snore, what happens when snoring becomes more serious, about the risk of obstructive sleep apnoea/apnea (OSA), and what you can do to help them.
It is a MUST READ for anyone who is worried about a loved one’s snoring.
Want to learn more?
Grab our Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Overview Guide for starters, which was Highly Commended in the British Medical Association Patient Information Awards in 2016.
We also have expert-written Guides for all the available treatment options, including oral appliances, surgery (both hard and soft tissue) and positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy.
Once you’ve read our Information Guides, you may be wondering who can help your other-half stop snoring?
Check out Snorer.me Signposting.
• Sleep Apnoea Trust Association: http://www.sleep-apnoea-trust.org/
• Scottish Association for Sleep Apnoea (SASA): https://scottishsleepapnoea.co.uk/
• Irish Sleep Apnoea Trust: https://www.isat.ie
• Hope2Sleep: www.hope2sleep.co.uk
• American Sleep Apnea Association: https://www.sleepapnea.org/
Created by Emma Easton | Page last updated 3rd Aug 2019