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Sleep Medicine

Thoracic & Sleep Group Queensland (TSGQ)

People caring for how you breathe and sleep.

Thoracic and Sleep Group Queensland provide a team of specialist medical physicians, scientific, technical and nursing care in multiple areas of lung and sleep health. Our specialist respiratory and sleep centres provide quality, state of the art patient care throughout South East Queensland, with clinics in Brisbane and Sunshine Coast. 

Our Clinics

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Accredited for compliance with ASA Standard for Sleep Disorders Services
Australia's first private hospital accredited for compliance with ASA Standard for Sleep Disorders Services, meeting new national and international guidelines.

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The Wesley Hospital Sleep Disorders Centre
The Wesley Hospital Sleep Disorders Centre   
Auchenflower, Brisbane
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Latest News

Sleep apnea during pregnancy is not good for mother or baby

Sleep apnea during pregnancy is not good for mother or baby

Researchers find that having sleep apnea while pregnant could make the baby prone to metabolic disease as an adult.

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Depression, insomnia are strongest risk factors for frequent nightmares

Symptoms of depression and insomnia are the strongest predictors of having frequent nightmares, a new study concludes

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Sleep-walking neurons: Brain's GPS never stops working -- even during sleep

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A Short Daytime Nap Improves Memory 5-Fold

A Short Daytime Nap Improves Memory 5-Fold

A team of neuropsychologists at Saarland University have shown that even a brief sleep of 45 to 60 minutes can significantly improve retention of learned material in memory

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