Sleep can be challenging in children with special needs and this can impact on their health and the family as a whole. We talk about why sleep is hard, and strategies for improving sleep.
Sleep apnea is common and can cause significant symptoms. But how can it be treated and how do you decide what treatment to use?
Many people are seen to have snoring and periods of stopping breathing during sleep. But does everyone who has sleep apnea need treatment?
Interested in the latest research on sleep discussed by world experts? Check out this update from the Sleep 2017 meeting in Boston.
What’s the role for dentists in managing sleep problems? There are actually a number of links between your teeth and sleep. Grinding of the teeth or jaw clenching (bruxism) commonly occurs [...]
Is managing sleep disorders enough? Current healthcare delivery in sleep is very focussed on diagnosing and managing sleep disorders, but is that enough? Should we go beyond that and help people [...]