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Snoring and sleep apnoea information evening

10 July 2018

Date and time

Tuesday 10 July 2018, 7.15pm  

About the event

Are you becoming exhausted by your partner’s snoring habits? We can help make a good night's sleep possible again.

Intrusive snoring can cause an extensive list of problems; from disturbed sleep and strained relationships to affecting your professional and social life. It’s extremely common in adults, affecting half of all men by the age of 60.

Consultant ENT Surgeon, Mr Costa Repanos, who specialises in the management of snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) will be giving an informal talk about the causes and treatments available to people with obstructive snoring.

Mr Repanos can advise on accurate assessment of individual conditions and recommend the most appropriate form of treatment to help patients and their partners improve their quality of life.

Come along to the information evening at Spire Portsmouth Hospital to find out more and get all your questions answered.

Free car park is available on site.

Reserve your place by calling on 02392 456 172 or complete the form below.

 

Information evening

Snoring and Sleep Apnoea with Mr Costa Repanos

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