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Friday 24th November 2017

Snoring Articles

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Snorers more at risk of Alzheimer's

10th November 2017

Study finds people with sleep apnoea had a build up of proteins in brain that can trigger Alzheimer's disease.

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Toddler snoring linked to behaviour problems

14th August 2012

Toddlers who snore are more likely to have problems such as hyperactivity, depression and attention issues.

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Heavy snorers face rise of rheumatoid arthritis

28th June 2012

A new study shows snoring heavily can double the risk of developing rheumatiod arthritis.

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Snoring children more likely to misbehave

5th March 2012

A study has found toddlers that snore are more likely to develop into unruly children.

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Nasal surgery fails most

29th July 2011

A survey suggests nose operation to relieve snoring and sleep problems does not always work.

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Urine test for dangerous snoring

12th January 2010

Researchers say a urine test can distinguish between dangerous and safe snoring.

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OTC snoring 'cures' failing many

27th May 2009

A survey shows nearly three-quarters of people who try over-the-counter snoring 'cures' find they do not work.

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Surgery helps sleep apnoea

28th April 2008

Researchers in Taiwan say nasal surgery helps ease symptoms of sleep apnoea.

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BP raised by night noise

13th February 2008

Study finds blood pressure can raise due to sounds of airplanes, traffic and even snoring.

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Get tongue-tied to cure snores

3rd July 2007

Surgeons suggest tongue-tying may be answer to snoring and sleep apnoea.

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