Sleep Apnea Treatment
Sleep Disorders Associated With Dementia Years Later
Sleep duration in middle-age increases future risk of Dementia Dementia robs many Americans of their retirement years and burdens their...READ MORE
How much sleep is best?
Quality sleep is essential for both the body and the mind to properly function. Our sleeping patterns dictate how we...READ MORE
Ten Signs of Sleep Apnea
Many Americans report feeling tired all the time or falling asleep in the middle of the day. They often self-treat...READ MORE
The Effects of Alcohol Use on Sleep Apnea
The majority of adults enjoy a nightcap from time to time. Whether a glass of red wine while watching a...READ MORE
Are You Plagued by Poor Sleep?
Over one-third of all adults find it difficult to fall asleep on a weekly basis, and many more wake up...READ MORE
Recognizing the OSA and Obesity Cycle
Sleep apnea and obesity are often seen together, but it is actually a cycle that can be difficult to break. ...READ MORE
Understanding Sleep Test Results
The results from a sleep test can be complicated and technical, but there are a few important values and recommendations...READ MORE
Top Tips to Make Life with CPAP Easier
Using a CPAP machine may require a period of adjustment. The good news is -- these machines can provide an...READ MORE
Is There a Link Between Sleep Apnea and Sinusitis?
Sinusitis is a condition which blocks the nasal passages, whereas sleep apnea is a disorder in which airways are blocked....READ MORE
Positional Therapy for Treatment of OSA or Snoring
Bed partners of snorers often master the old trick of using an elbow to encourage rolling over. I’ve even heard...READ MORE
Sleep Apnea: CPAP Isn’t The Only Option
Alternative Treatments to PAP & CPAP If you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), your physician probably recommended...READ MORE