Actionable help for snoring and drowsiness

Killer in your bedroom (sounds dramatic doesn’t it!) is my latest (and I think best) attempt to help snorers, their partners and their families get the help they need and deserve.

Help that I believe is currently obscured by:

  • widespread sales of BS with little or no evidence to justify its place on the market
  • well-meaning but ultimately self-defeating (daft) bureaucracy
  • a misunderstanding of the severity of the problem by many that should know better

Paul Sharville

Killer in your bedroom. Adrian in your corner

Adrian has long been the go-to guy in the UK for informed, unbiased advice and knowledge on the miserable condition that is sleep apnea.

With so many organisations trying to sell their particular ‘miracle’ cure, and people waking up (albeit exhausted) to the fact that they perhaps need to take their snoring more seriously, Adrian tells it straight and true.

His book is an illuminating read and a practical guide to help, and you’ll almost certainly know someone who needs to be more in the know about snoring and its associated conditions.

The book also helps you to be a far more informed consumer if you do decide to spend some money on the myriad of sleep apnea products, one or two of which might just be right for you.

This very affordable little book could save you a lot of money.

It could also save your life.

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Adrian Zacher

You should know that I’m not a doctor. I am however, someone with approaching 30 years in the sleep industry.

Someone who gives a damn.

Today, that goes by the handle of a ‘Sleep Patient Advocate‘.

Or trouble maker 🙂 for the hard-sell gang.


I really liked the way this book is divided into sections, and with links, so regardless of where I am in the book, I can jump around to the content that’s relevant to me at that point. It’s a bit like the books you might have read as a child where you choose the outcome!

The author has written this in a very relaxed style – making the content really accessible. A full read through won’t take you long, and the insights and knowledge you’ll gain is hugely valuable.

I’m a menopausal woman, and the book has been useful for me as I’m snoring now… as a consequence I’ve cut down on evening alcohol, and am losing weight… but also I wasn’t really aware of the impact of sleep apnoea, and therefore have booked a sleep test.

If you’re worried about your own or other half’s snoring/sleep… for a very small price you can get great advice and where to go for further help.

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How this eBook works:


I am the mother of Adrian Zacher and as such you may think I am biased. YES A BIT.

I have watched my son throughout this journey and have at times thought that he would give up his quest to help others solve the problem of snoring and other problems.

Do I snore? Well my grandson says: YES. When I stay with them,(I live in France and spend several weeks annually in the UK). He has to wear ear plugs. At first I laughed and said it was ‘an old lady problem’. Sorry, and DID NOTHING ABOUT IT.

In August 2021 I had another heart scare and this was followed by a coronography. I was left feeling very unwell. My son and family rushed over to France to assist. I live in a 2-bedroom villa and so it turned out that the children slept in the second bedroom and my son slept in the other single bed IN MY ROOM.

Shock, disbelief, you have OSA MOTHER. I have been a widow for 11 years, (no bedroom partner to comment). Result, a referral from my own GP and eventually a home sleep test, which proved him correct. What to do next?

So I read his book. It was an eye opener. Clear, informative, shocking

I have received treatment now but at that time had no such assistance: so I was keen to find out what CPAP looked like. A trip to the UK in May gave me the opportunity to have personal support before returning to the Sleep Hospital. Could I support it? Was I frightened? YES AT FIRST, Over a couple of days, I tried on the head support and looked (only looked at first) at the tubes and machine. Adrian persevered and I now know what mask will suit me, understand the equipment and also know it is not a quick fix.

My advice to snorers is simple. Read the book. Read it again. DO SOMETHING. It is easy to do nothing, to deny the problem. Somebody else’s problem. FALSE.
I have always had high blood pressure problems, take 3 drugs to control it, constantly diet, and yoyo. Have I always had a problem with OSA? Have YOU a problem? It can and must be treated! Read the book, help yourself and others get a good night’s sleep.

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In the eBook, I show you how to spot the BS

KILLER IN YOUR BEDROOM is for both the snorer (with and without sleep apnoea symptoms – and I explain what these are) and for the long-suffering partner or family.

My aim is to help you both sleep peacefully and wake up rested, ready for the new day, with as little ‘fluff’ as possible.

I’ve opted for a “Branching story” or “Choose your own ending” structure (you may be familiar with this style from your children’s books?) to address different reader needs.

And because snoring occurs while you sleep, I’ve included what I consider the top 3 sleep ‘killers’ (you’ll have to read the eBook to find out what they are!).

If you snore and wake up with sleepiness, fatigue, tiredness, a lack of energy or experience daytime drowsiness, then read the eBook and consult a sleep-trained healthcare professional.

The above may be symptoms of sleep apnoea. Which is the ‘Killer’ that I’m talking about.

In the eBook, I tell you why sleep apnoea matters in a concise way, focusing on what you can do about it.

So, don’t kill the snorer, help them to stop in an evidence-based way.

And don’t fall asleep while driving and kill yourself and/or innocent others.

Get KILLER IN YOUR BEDROOM and learn how to stop snoring and get help for sleep apnoea.

After downloading this eBook, you will learn…

  1. How to stop snoring – your treatment options explained
  2. How to spot the BS “quick fix” gadgets
  3. What to do if you’re more worried about losing your job (because you think you may have sleep apnoea)

All of this and more, in bite-sized, short chapters with illustrations.

None of us have time to waste and if you’re sleep-deprived I need you to be awake long enough to get the help you need.

This eBook is intentionally brief:

As such, Killer in your bedroom, is full of:

  • generalisations
  • simplifications
  • and broad interpretations of sleep science

because I believe you just want to know how to move forward.

You can expect frank, no-nonsense advice which gives you a clear, honest picture of the situation and what you can do about it.

It’s for adults because children should not snore.

If you (or your partner) snore then read this and consult a sleep-trained healthcare professional. This eBook is not a substitute for their medical advice.

This sh*t’s personal

If I can help one person stop snoring, then this eBook is a success.

And, if I can encourage one person to get help for previously undiagnosed sleep apnoea, which means they can keep:

  • their jobs
  • their home
  • their relationship

and live a longer, healthier life without risking falling asleep while driving, having a horrific accident, and killing innocent others, then this eBook is a roaring success!

Mostly, I hope this helps you.

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