To act as a focus for those members of the ASA who have an interest in the respiratory aspects of sleep medicine and sleep science.
- To encourage involvement of physicians, scientists, nurses, physiotherapists, CPAP therapists and others interested in the respiratory aspects of sleep, to be involved in the affairs of the association.
- To support the ASA annual scientific meeting, especially with the respiratory aspects of the meeting.
- To advise the Board on the respiratory aspects of sleep when needed.
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea [link]
13th May 13
Teachers are warning parents to ensure their children get enough sleep to do well at school, as experts fear late-night use of mobiles and computers are interfering with results.
Following a study suggesting Australian year 4 students were the fifth most sleep-deprived of the 50 countries examined, the Australian Education Union is calling on parents to be more vigilant in ensuring kids do not miss out on much-needed rest.
30th Apr 13
MELBOURNE sleep clinics have reported a surge in the number of women seeking help with snoring. Growing waistlines have been cited as a reason for the phenomenon, which is also linked to sleep apnoea.
17th Apr 13
THERE is a small number of Australians who can function on a tiny amount of sleep.
Margaret Thatcher accomplished many things as one of the UK’s longest-serving - and most divisive - prime ministers. But one of her universally appreciated qualities was her ability to get by in the top job on only four hours sleep each day, which researchers describe as a rare attribute.