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  • April 06, 2016

Good Sleeping Habits.

Your behaviors can have a major contribution to sleeplessness. Your actions during the day, and especially before bedtime, can make it difficult to fall asleep. Your sleep schedule, bedtime habits, and day-to-day lifestyle choices can make an enormous difference to the quality of your nightly rest. Good sleep habits are often referred to as good sleep hygiene.

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  • April 05, 2016

Home Oxygen Therapy.

Home oxygen treatment is also called home oxygen therapy. Everyone needs oxygen in order to live. The amount of oxygen in the air is 21 percent. This is enough for people whose heart and lungs work normally. A person who has heart and lung problems may benefit from breathing air with more oxygen.

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  • Dec 11, 2015

Know How To Choose The Right Sleep Centre.

The first step towards treating your sleep disorder is diagnosis, which brings us to the very important task of choosing a good sleep centre.There are a few simple things to keep in mind while choosing the right sleep centre.

1. Your Sleep Specialist ?

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  • Dec 11, 2015

CPAP Machines : Are They Beneficial For You?

CPAP or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure has for many years been the gold standard treatment for moderate-severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea. What started off being a crude, noisy device used by Dr Colin Sullivan in 1980 is now a small silent unit which soon becomes a companion for a sleep apnea patient. Over the years there…

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  • Dec 11, 2015

How to Stop Snoring?

Is there a cure? As a loud, chronic snorer this question must have come to your mind often. It’s bedtime. After a long day at work, it’s time to slip into the comfort of your pyjamas and hit your bed to get the much-needed dose of long and peaceful sleep. Except, a refreshing sleep has…

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  • Dec 11, 2015

What is pulmonary rehabilitation?

Pulmonary rehabilitation is a comprehensive program for people with chronic respiratory disorders who have symptoms of breathlessness and a decreased ability to perform the activities of daily life. Programs are individually tailored and designed to improve physical and social wellbeing. Pulmonary rehabilitation programs have been shown to help people breathe easier, improve their quality of life and stay out of hospital.

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