Home > Medical > Sleep Disorders > Snoring and sleep apnoea Snoring and sleep apnoea All sections in Sleep » About Sleep » Health Tips » Insomnia » Research » Narcolepsy » Sleep News » Sleep and Diet » Sleep and Travel » Snoring New discovery could lead to better insomnia treatment The identification of a specific brain circuit in mice may help scientists to develop therapies that could induce much higher-quality sleep in humans. Sleep apnoea linked to aggressive melanoma While it's impossible to say that sleep apnoea causes melanoma to become more aggressive, researchers found that apnoea was more common and severe in melanoma patients. New implanted device could help with sleep apnoea A new implantable device, designed to open upper airway passages during sleep, may improve quality of life for many sleep apnoea sufferers. Quiz Are you sleep-deprived? » Health Tip: Making the transition to sleep VIRAL: millions are watching this video to fall asleep! Jawbone adjuster may help with sleep apnoea An option for mild or moderate apnoea is a device that holds the lower jaw, or mandible, and the tongue forward during sleep. Dealing with sleep apnoea If you have been told that you snore, you wake up with headaches and are constantly sleepy during the day than the chances are you are suffering from sleep apnoea. A battle for breath Carte Blanche Medical aired a story about obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) this week, a breathing disorder that occurs in 5% of women and 25% of men. Read more about this condition. Your snoring needn't lead to divorce How do you restore harmony and silence to a noisy night of snoring before your significant other attacks you? A fat tongue may be disrupting your sleep A study shows that there are increased fat deposits in the tongues of obese people who suffer from sleep apnoea. Snoring partner: are you desperate? Lying awake while your partner sounds like a pneumatic drill? There are solutions besides divorce. Here's more about them. Noisy little snorers Is your child’s snoring keeping you up at night? If so, you’re not alone. Snoring is a common symptom, occurring in about 3-12% of children. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Managing diabetes in the workplace Back-to-school with diabetes Discover treatments that can help reduce acne What can I do to reduce or remove acne marks?