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Everything you need to know about Sleep apnoea. If you have any questions please contact us. Our customer care team is here to help.
Sleep apnoea occurs when breathing is interrupted during sleep, often accompanying snoring. While snoring is commonly associated with sleep apnoea, identifying less common warning signs can be challenging.
In this blog post, we will delve into the various factors contributing to sleep apnoea, exploring how gender, age, weight, physical attributes, lifestyle choices, and medical conditions can influence its onset.
According to the Irish Road Safety Authority, driver fatigue is a contributory factor in as many as one in five fatal crashes in Ireland every year. And a recent survey found that 28% of Irish motorists have fallen asleep or nodded off while driving, even if only for a moment.
Living life on the road as a driver is all I ever wanted to be, I really enjoy it but it comes with its fair share of challenges. One obstacle I never anticipated was being diagnosed with sleep apnoea.
As a professional driver, I understand first-hand the critical importance of restful sleep for safety on the road. My CPAP patient manager’s support was invaluable…
It was a typical night like any other, until one evening I noticed something that sent chills down my spine. My partner, whom I love dearly, suddenly stopped breathing.