Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
Hidden in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
Hello every-one - this is the first time I have ever written a blog - how exciting! My name is Judy and I am the project manager for the BLF...
Spritz in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
A while ago, I emailed my local MP about OSA, as we were encouraged to do. I have now received a copy of the reply he had from Anna Soubry ...
BLF and OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnoea)
Moderator in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
We would like to find out what you think about the BLF’s work on Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA). Please help us by answering ...
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea as a cause for AF?
Bolander in AF Association6 years ago
I get relatively short episodes of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, normally every few days. The cause seems to be an event causing physical ...
SLEEP STUDY REVEALED SEVERE OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA
Kenthopvine in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Hello everyone, I have been directed to this site after researching OSA (Obstructive sleep apnoea) on the British Lung Foundation Website. ...
Newbie - is there a connection between RLS and obstructive sleep apnoea?
Purple39 in Restless Legs Syndrome2 years ago
Hi - I'm new here after just watching the documentary on RLS. It's prompted me to seek more information about the condition. I am on CPAP...
Linkage between Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and Atrial Fibrillation
saanzale in AF Association5 years ago
The Journal of American College of Cardiology has just published an article on recent research into a possible linkage between Obstructive S...
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) information pack
Hidden in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
The BLF has produced a new information pack about OSA.
What is the OSA pack
The pack is formed of 3 parts;
British Lung Foundation OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnoea) Patient Survey
The aim of the survey is to find out what people diagnosed with OSA and who had experienced symptoms of excessive daytime sleepiness think a...
Considering obstructive sleep apnoea and enlarged tonsils as a cause of fatigue
AdrianUK in CLL Support Association2 years ago
So, today I saw a respiratory doctor at the request of my CLL team. Due to my terrible snoring (sorry wifey!) and what he states are very en...
Have you heard of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) or do you have OSA?
Hidden in British Lung Foundation7 years agoPOPULAR
what is osa?
dennis1 in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Machines after ablation surgery for paralyzed diaphragm and phrenic nerve
Tramel in AF Association2 years ago
How many out there use a bipap or cpap machine for a paralyzed phrenic nerve and paralyzed diaphragm after pulmonary vein isolation or some ...
I have just been for my check up at the hospital for Sarcoidosis which I am pleased to say has improved,
coughcake in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
but they have now diagnosed \"Sleep Apnea\" anybody else suffer from it ?
Osidge in Sleep Matters3 months ago
Sleep is a vital activity for us all. It is when our body’s repair mechanisms really kick-in. Not getting sufficient good quality sleep will...
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minus in Thyroid UK4 years ago
everytime i take 150mg levo my sleep apnoea index goes up top 12ahi or 16ahi. i get palpitations and sweats too.
Does anyone have sleep apnoea ?or been to a sleep clinic ?
xJJx in Thyroid UK7 years ago
Take action on OSA
BLFCommsTeam in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
The more eagle-eyed of you may have spotted a new page that has recently gone up in the website’s campaigns section called ‘Take Action on O...
Too much sleep?
jeanghost in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
My husband has been sleeping a lot in the day lately. Besides COPD and oxygen 24/7 he has been taking co-dydramol for his rheumatism.
Sleep apnoea, a trigger for AF
Garywf in AF Association6 years agoPOPULAR
I would be interested to hear from those who believe that sleep apnoea has been a trigger for their AF, what they have done about it & what ...
Not sleeping well. Copd sufferer.
Sudhirdhir7 in Asthma UK community forum6 months ago
The Doctor wants me to make a video on my phone if I wake up during the night due to laboured breathing.Iam on symbicort and spiriva. He mai...
could any of you fine people explain what sleep apnoea is and how relates to copd ?
sesh123 in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Dr Sanjay Gupta..AFib and it's silent but deadly parent..
Steve112 in AF Association2 years ago
help,I snore very loud and hubby says I almost sound like I am choking, sound like I have stopped breathing then start snoring again,!
debs27 in Fibromyalgia Action UK7 years ago
BLF launches OSA Charter
Hello every-one. I am delighted to let you know that our new BLF OSA charter has now been launched. This is a 10 point charter which outline...
Sleep apnoea home test
thyroidorwhat in Thyroid UKa year ago
Has anyone used the Hope2Sleep home test where you rent the kit for 1-3 nights? I'm tempted to do it as I doubt I'll get a sleep study arran...
Restarting loading doses?
H212312 in Pernicious Anaemia Society6 months ago
Hi, I started 6 loading doses last June after B12 came back at 89, and then on 3 monthly injections. Drs retested B12 as I was still feeling...
Over the summer the BLF launched a ten-point charter for obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) that calls on governments across the UK to take acti...
Chair's Networking Day
BethanyBateman in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
Tomorrow promises to be a great day in the office for the London & South East team as we’re holding a chair’s networking day. We have invite...
Has anyone used a Mandibular Advancement Device before? Tips needed please. Thanks ^_^
Arkyfox in Changing Facesa month ago
I have just been given a Mandibular Advancement Device for my jaw to drag it forward to decide if I can have surgery for obstructive sleep a...
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