NHS to Fast Track Sleep Disorder

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Drivers who suffer from OSAS which is medically known as Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome. Area now able to be fast tracked within 4 weeks of being diagnosised and then they can begin treatment for the disorder.

The disorder tends to be common for those who have a driving job for a living. The RAC is also backing the campaign which is claiming to treat the condition once diagnosed within 1 month.

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Symptoms include drivers suffering from drowsiness which can have a knock on effect in their ability to drive. DVLA states that those who suffer from the condition must stop driving until a treatment programme has been investigated and deemed safe again to drive.

Click over here to discover what the campaign is all about and how drivers may be treated.