BMI and obstructive sleep apnoea in the UK: a crosssectional study of the over-50s Full Text
Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 07/05/2012
Wall H et al. – Obesity and snoring were both strongly associated with a diagnosis of Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). The decreasing prevalence of OSA with increasing age and levels of deprivation needs further study to ensure that these groups are not being systematically under–investigated.