SNORING

Snoring is a sound or grunt sound made whilst sleeping. And boy is it annoying. It can also be an indicator of serious health issues. Although it does affect more males than females, even the dainties of ladies are not immune. If you need tips on how to stop snoring we’ve got a whole section dedicated to it on our blog.  

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Breathing for Success!

So today I watched a Ted Talks video as I do quite often except rather than bring a tear to my eye or leave me with some interesting information or divine wisdom, this one may actually change my life.  It's by a man called Dr Alan Watkins and he talks about the...

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How much sleep do I need?

Sleep is essential to the rhythm of life. As you sleep your body rests and restores, so you're ready to meet the day ahead at your best. Yet 30% (and rising) of the UK population report difficulties sleeping. The consequences of poor sleep are more severe than a few...

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Using acupuncture and osteopathy to relieve snoring

Working as an Osteopath and a traditional Chinese Acupuncturist I encounter a number of patients with varying respiratory problems. The most common by far is snoring, affecting approximately 45% of men and 30% of women. Osteopathy is a system of healing, using...

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Hypnosis for Sleep Problems

The words hypnosis and sleep are often used in the same sentence. As a hypnotherapist I like to make people aware of the stark differences between the two, and that the assumption that hypnosis is sleep, is a huge fallacy. When in hypnosis the subject is wide awake...

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Sleep Apnoea associated with shortened life span

Sleep is so vital to health, mental activity and longevity that nature has evolved a complex of powerful mechanisms and sequences to ensure it is uninterrupted. As each day draws towards its end a chemical called melotonin starts to be secreted by the pineal gland in...

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Breaking the 8 hour sleep-myth

Is the traditional 8 hours sleep myth outdated? It's long been stated that we should be sleeping for 8 hours every night. But research into sleep cycles suggests each of our cycles lasts 90 minutes. You should aim to sleep in multiples of an hour and a half so you...

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Why I believe in the FODMAP diet and maybe you should too!

Why I believe in the FODMAP diet and maybe you should too!

After 16 years of suffering with digestive issues, I finally decided to get myself sorted out. I was constantly fed up with struggling with my weight and had started to feel sick, even after only eating a small amount of food. I had experienced alternative treatments...

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What actually is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the word of the moment. Everyone is using it, even Parliament! But what does it actually mean? The dictionary definition is: 1. the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something. "their mindfulness of the wider cinematic tradition" 2. a...

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Is it “cool” to hate on health food?

We know, we know, you shouldn't believe everything you read online. Especially about health food. But recently there have been a number of articles picking holes in alternative lifestyles. We're concerned that this trend of picking holes in alternative lifestyle...

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London 2012

Even before the spectacular opening ceremony, both the UK and international press were speculating on how sleep (or the lack of it) would affect athletes, especially those traveling from afar. It was a major concern for participants suffering from jet lag who feared...

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Are the long summer evenings making you depressed?

The Daily Mail this week reported on new scientific findings linking a lack of darkness during sleeping hours to depression. The Breathing Relief blog has previously commented on the necessity of darkness in a sleeping environment in order to complement our body's...

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anti snoring device
Snoring can be a debilitating and exhausting condition. It can easily be eliminated with one, simple and natural device. The Breathing Relief™ Nasal Dilator fits comfortably in the nose and is completely drug free. It works by gently opening the nasal passages, allowing you to breathe easily without opening your mouth.

Breathing Relief™ Nasal Dilator

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