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We have lots of information on the site about Sleep Apnoea, and about living with the condition.
Please follow the links on the left to the areas which most interest you.
DRIVING AND SLEEP APNOEA - PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE YOU CONTACT US!
If, after a sleep test, you are diagnosed with mild, moderate or severe OSA and NO SLEEPINESS there is no need to contact the DVLA.
If, after a sleep test, you are diagnosed with moderate or severe OSA WITH SLEEPINESS then you need to contact the DVLA.
If, after a sleep test, you are diagnosed with mild OSA WITH SLEEPINESS which is still present after 3 months,then you need to contact the DVLA.
Follow the link on the left for detailed information on whether you need to notify the DVLA plus how and when or click on the link below
SATA Detailed DVLA Guidance for UK Drivers with Sleep Apnoea - Jan 2019
NB. IF A DOCTOR TELLS YOU NOT TO DRIVE THEN YOU MUST NOT DRIVE. IF YOU DO DRIVE, YOU WILL BE BREAKING THE LAW AND WILL PROBABLY BE UNINSURED.
SATAday 2019 on the 19th October was an outstanding event.
SATAday 2020 on the 10th October will be an outstanding event.
Click on this link for more information
UK AIRLINES AND CPAP
Information on individual airline rules and policies about flying with CPAP is now available in the public area
We do not provide medical advice. If you suspect you may be suffering from sleep apnoea please contact your GP who will be able to refer you to a sleep clinic. This website contains a wealth of information which should answer most of your questions, including those that are DVLA related.
If you need to contact our confidential Helpline, this is now email based on firstname.lastname@example.org
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