About Doctor Pete Naylor - Snorgo

Dr Pete Naylor

Dr Pete Naylor is the inventor of Snorgo, a patented snoring cure made in the UK recommended by medical doctors.

Wirral CCG Chair 2014 – 2016
General Practitioner (GP) 2000-2017
National Institute for health and Care Excellence National GP representative (Diagnostics) 2012 – 2018
Associate Medical Director ICE Creates 2018 – 2020
Senate Council Member Merseyside 2014 – 2017
Forensic Medical Examiner Merseyside/Wirral 2005 – 2008
Youth Justice Management Board Wirral 2015 – 2017
Medical Director
NHS Doctor 1996 – 2017
GMC registered Doctor 1996 to present

Qualifications

Master of Science in Medical Leadership Birkbeck University and Royal College of Physicians. (Awarded Merit) 2013
OPP Myers Briggs Trainer, 2010. Subsequently also completed Step 2 to further support training
Diploma in Occupational Health, 2006
Diploma in Child Health, 2000
Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery, Sheffield University, 1996
Bachelor of Science, Psychiatric Neurobiology, Sheffield, 1995. Work produced papers on mRNA and Brain Plasticity.

Awards

Outstanding Innovative and Inspirational Leader 2013 Northwest Leadership Academy (Given for commissioning work with Wirral Health Commissioning Consortium.)
Vision Award 2012 (National award): Best Long Term Condition Initiative for WHCC
North West Respiratory Best Practice Award 2012: Self Care Award for WHCC
Diploma in Occupational Health – annual award

Why Don’t I Sleep Well?

Why Don’t I Sleep Well?

If you regularly wake up feeling exhausted or barely having slept at all you may be wondering just why it is that you don’t sleep well. We can all take a few nights of sleep disruption and apart from a few grumps or irritations, we will generally function as normal,...

Tips For Stopping Snoring

Tips For Stopping Snoring

Snoring is an immensely frustrating condition to both the snorer and, often more so, their partner. If you or those around you are regular, loud or particularly disruptive snorers, there are plenty of ways you can get tips for stopping snoring: Finding the cause of...

How To Stop Snoring In Adults

How To Stop Snoring In Adults

The British Snoring Association states that there are around 15 million snorers in the UK, 10.4 million are male and 4.5 million are female, and as snoring is most likely to affect those in middle age as muscle tone decreases, we’re pretty sure that if you’re an adult...

What Can I Do To Stop Snoring

What Can I Do To Stop Snoring

What Can I do to Stop Snoring? The best way to stop snoring is to understand and tackle the root cause of snoring in your body as well as addressing simple lifestyle factors that can aggravate snoring for those who are pre-dispositioned to snore.  Simple Ways To Stop...

Can Snoring Be Cured Or Not? The Simple Answer Is YES

Can Snoring Be Cured Or Not? The Simple Answer Is YES

The good news is that Snoring can be cured but it depends on the specific cause of the snoring for the individual in question.  Every person will snore for different reasons and everyone has their own preference and reaction to the various treatments available for...

How To Stop Snoring If You Are A Girl

How To Stop Snoring If You Are A Girl

Snoring is expected and almost seen as acceptable if you are a man but it can still feel like a little taboo topic for many girls that snore. We just don't think it should be considered that way. According to the British Snoring Association there are over 4.5 million...

How To Stop Snoring Without A CPAP

How To Stop Snoring Without A CPAP

If you are affected by regular or particularly loud snoring you may have come across ‘continuous positive airway pressure therapy, (CPAP) in your search for ways to stop snoring. In this article, we address how you could stop snoring without a CPAP. We look at how...

What easy remedies are there for snoring?

What easy remedies are there for snoring?

Snoring effects huge numbers of us with up to half of the adult population snoring and large numbers of those snoring on a regular basis (habitual snorers). We know snoring’s effects are both physical and mental health for both the suffer directly and also, often...

Improving your Snoring

Improving your Snoring

In the UK there are thought to be 15 million regular snorers and the number who are affected at some more occasionally are probably double that figure. The British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association suggest that 41.5% of the UK adult population snore. Men make up...

Is Snoring Bad For My Health?

Is Snoring Bad For My Health?

We all know that snoring is a nuisance condition for both the sufferer and more so their sleeping partner but could it be more of a concern than that? Is snoring bad for my health? In short, yes. Mild to moderate snoring will still disrupt sleep and this can be a...