ARE you suffering from daytime drowsiness, irritability, loss of memory, increased night time urination, impotence or strokes?
Health professionals claims it could be sleep Apnoea – a sleep disorder characterised by pauses in breathing or instances of abnormally low breathing, during sleep.
A drop-in day has been organised by the St James Sleep Apnoea Support Group, based at the Brian Jackson House to discuss the link between Apnoea and diabetes.
Sufferers, partners and anyone interested is invited to come along to the day between 11am and 3pm on March 24.
Chair of the ASG Steve Taylor said: “If any of these seem familiar whether or not you have been diagnosed with sleep apnoea, this session may be of benefit to you.
“There will be a chance for visitors to speak to consultants, clinicians and support group members about many aspects of sleep apnoea and its treatment with CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines and to listen to key-note speakers about this medical condition.”