Tweet Facebook Mail A treatment for those who snore or suffer sleep apnoea could also produce new health benefits, with a trial underway to investigate whether receiving treatment can actually stave off dementia.Mary Andrews uses a device called a CPAP, which pumps air into the nose to stop her airways from collapsing at night."I was finding I was waking up in the morning with a very red face, bright red face, and often waking two to three times at night gasping for air and having lots of broken sleep so I was tired," she said.The 72-year-old's condition made her a prime candidate for a new trial investigating the effects of CPAP treatment on cognitive function.Studies have shown a link between sleep-related breathing problems and cognitive impairment.It's also known that severe sufferers of obstructive sleep apnoea are more prone to car accidents, high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke.If CPAP does improve memory, attention and processing speed, it could be a promising, early prevention strategy.RelatedNew high-tech living transforming the lives of retireesJack the dinosaur makes a move to new homePush to rename Yarra River to correct 19th Century mistranslationDr Zoe Terpening from the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research told 9NEWS that over 300,000 Australians are affected by dementia, while obstructive sleep apnoea is also a huge problem across the nation."We're looking for people who are reporting both sleep complaints but also cognitive complaints," she said.People between the ages of 50 and 80 who want to take part in the trial, can call 1300 303 935.
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