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Alcohol

Alcohol is a drug that has a wide range of physiological effects, including significant effects on sleep. Excessive alcohol consumption is associated with a wide range of medical problems. It is important to be aware of the recommended drinking guidelines

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Coping with Shiftwork

Shiftwork refers to any work performed outside of normal working hours, and can have a significant effect on your sleep-patterns. Here are some helpful tips for coping with shiftwork.

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CPAP and Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia can be a major obstacle in the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Nevertheless, CPAP is by far the most effective treatment for OSA, and it is sometimes the only effective treatment

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Dexamphetamine for Narcolepsy

Dexamphetamine is a stimulant medication that can be useful in treating hypersomnolence due to Narcolepsy and Idiopathic Hypersomnolence.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Sleep Studies (Part 1)

Answers to frequently asked questions regarding sleep-studies, sleep-disorders, SNORE Australia and the process of undergoing an overnight sleep-study.

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Fitness to Drive

Driving is an important task that can be affected by a wide range of sleep-disorders. Here are some important tips for driving, and details of where to find additional information on this issue.

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Lateral Sleep

Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea are often worse when the sufferer sleeps on their back, compared to sleeping on the side. Here is information about learning to sleep in the lateral position.

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Lyrica Treatment Guidelines

Information for patients prescribed Lyrica.

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ASV: Recall for Product Correction

Answers to frequently asked questions about a serious safety concern has been identified during the preliminary primary data analysis from a clinical trial with ResMed ASV devices.

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Patient Support Groups

Information on the Narcolepsy and Overwhelming Daytime Sleep (NODS) Society of Australia, and Sleep Disorders Australia (SDA).

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