Sleep apnoea

Many people have sleep apnoea, but may not even know it. In fact, sleep apnoea affects more than 3 in 10 men and nearly 1 in 5 women, so it’s more common than you might think.*
It's important to recognise some of the common symptoms and understand why you may be feeling so tired and find out what to do if you do have sleep apnoea.

What is sleep apnoea ?

Find out exactly what is meant by "sleep apnoea", and what happens to your body while you’re having an apnoea.

Types of sleep apnoea

Find out the differences between the three main types of sleep apnoea, and how to recognise the symptoms in yourself or loved ones.

Types of sleep apnoea

Types of sleep apnoea

Find out the differences between the three main types of sleep apnoea, and how to recognise the symptoms in yourself or loved ones.

Common symptoms of sleep apnoea

It’s important to recognise the symptoms of sleep apnoea so that you can take the necessary steps to improving your health. It’s also important to know that sleep apnoea is linked to a number of other conditions.

Sleep apnoea risks

When left untreated, patients with sleep apnoea can experience health issues, including diabetes, stroke, cancer and depression. Sleep apnoea can also take a toll on your appearance, work and safety.

The good news

The good news

The good news about sleep apnoea is that if you have it, you’re not alone. There is something you can do about it, and you’ll feel much better after being treated for it.

Sleep apnoea quiz

Find out if you’re at risk of sleep apnoea by taking this short quiz. You can then talk to your doctor about your results and get the medical care you need.

Get connected

Get connected

Sleep apnoea is more common than you might think. If you are diagnosed with sleep apnoea, you won't need to walk the journey alone.

Sleep apnoea diagnosis

If you suspect that you have sleep apnoea, let us help you get your journey to better sleep started.

Sleep apnoea treatment

Sleep apnoea treatment options and an overview of what to expect from sleep apnoea therapy from ResMed, the global leader in sleep medicine.

*Sleep-disordered breathing affects 34% of men and 17% of women aged between 30-70.
Peppard et al. Increased Prevalence of Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Adults. Am J Epidemiol. 2013 (5.17)