Snoring News & Information

SleepTight Featured in the Sydney Morning Herald

Dr Cussell was interviewed by the Sydney Morning Herald about how our SleepTight treatment for snoring and sleep apnoea works to help patients sleep better.

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How Do You Know If You Have Snoring Or Sleep Apnoea?

60% of Australians snore, which is often the first warning sign of sleep apnoea. If you struggle with fatigue, you may want to look into these conditions.

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Is Snoring Linked To Cancer In Women?

Sleep apnoea and snoring can lead to serious long-term health problems. According to a new study, sleep apnoea might put women at greater risk.

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Is Sleep Apnoea Critically Under-Diagnosed in Women?

Sleep apnoea and snoring can lead to serious long-term health problems. According to a new study, female snoring is likely much more common than we think.

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Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Causes and Treatments

Dr Garry Cussell discusses how throat anatomy affects your snoring and how laser treatments work to help you manage your snoring.

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Manage Your Snoring, Help Your New Years Resolutions

Poor sleep contributes to weight gain, and weight gain contributes to snoring, so steps to manage snoring can work in favour of your New Years resolutions.

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Alcohol and Snoring: How to Manage the Silly Season

Unfortunately, alcohol is a big contributor to snoring and sleep apnoea. Read on to find out how it works and how you can minimise its effects.

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Tips to Defeat Fatigue

It’s well-known that inadequate sleep affects your health, your work and your relationships. Here is our professional advice on managing your daily fatigue.

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Laser Treatments for Snoring: Most Common Myths Busted

We've performed over 4,000 treatments and carried out our own clinical studies. Here is the truth behind the misconceptions about laser snoring treatments.

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Sleep, Snoring and the Health of Relationships

“Snoring is a big issue in the community.” Our Nurse and Snoring Specialist has seen people’s health and relationships deteriorate due to snoring and sleep apnoea.

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How Much Does Inadequate Sleep Cost?

A new academic study analyses how much snoring, time pressures and other disruptions to sleep are costing Australians financially and physically.

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The Lesser-Known Health Risks of Snoring

Snoring is a very common occurrence; 60% of males and 40% of females snore at least sometimes. When snoring becomes regular, it can put you at risk for some serious health problems down the road.

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