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Snoring is a problem for millions of couples across the globe. But as National Bed Month gets underway, you might be surprised to learn that it’s your bed making your snoring worse – or more specifically, the dust mites lurking in your mattress.
National Bed Month gets underway this weekend, a campaign that raises awareness of how a good, comfortable bed is conducive to a quality snooze. But when it comes to a good night’s sleep, many people forget to consider the way they’re sleeping in their bed. Snoring is often triggered by sleeping flat on the back – and this can cause major sleep disruption to both the snorer and their partner.
Leading this year's National Stop Snoring Week the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association (BSSAA) is helping an estimated 20 million partners of snorers who do not get a good night's sleep. Through a structured programme the health, daytime functioning and relationships of all these people are set to improve.
After 22 years of tirelessly promoting public awareness of sleep apnoea, the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association are pleased to announce that the public are finally recognising the symptoms and long-term effects of this debilitating and potentially life threatening condition.
The British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association recently conducted a survey into public awareness of the signs, symptoms and risk factors associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).
After 30 years' of poor sleep, Jane and Eric were delighted that Eric's problem had been identified, diagnosed and treated in just one week.
Volunteers will use a chosen remedy for one week and report their progress with video diaries.
This year during National Stop Snoring Week we will be looking at old wives tales to see if they have any merit in modern medicine.
We conducted a survey focused on hypnotherapy as a treatment for bruxism. 91% of respondents did not know that hypnotherapy was a recognised and proven treatment
Nose operation fails to help most
The survey conducted in June 2011 comprised 300 participants who had undergone a nasal procedure in the hope of alleviating their snoring and/or sleep apnoea.
Sleeping in separate rooms
Don't blame me - it's the house that's causing my snoring!
Preliminary findings from our survey reveal that it takes snorers an average of 18 years to tackle their snoring complaint. This not only increases the risk of snorers developing serious health problems but also leads to unnecessary sleep deprivation and health consequences for their long-suffering bed partners.
For the UK's 15 million snorers, night time can involve disturbed sleep for the snorer and their bed partner, as well as causing unwanted physical and psychological side effects for adults and children alike.
The clocks may be going back an hour but many people won't gain another hour's kip, according to The British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association
Snoring Victims Snubbed by Nation's Snorers.
As a result of our research we will be discussing the physical and psychological effects that snoring has on both snorers and their bed partners.
Snoring is bad news... for your health
24 April 2006
Does snoring make you MAD or is there a miracle cure? Competion results [The Reason I Snore Is...]
14 September 2005
25 July 2005
Don't be a snore bore - stop snoring and improve your sexual health
In response to a questionnaire to discover how many snorers are troubled by oral malodour, more than half of them admitted to having bad breath in the morning.
18 April 2005
Less Sex For Snorers
16 August 2004
19-24 April 2004
9-24 April 2004
1 March 2004
14 February 2004
8 September 2003
1 May 2003
4 February 2003
28 October 2002