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Solve the Struggle of Sleep Apnea

2015-08-03T17:37:01-06:00

The term 'beauty sleep' originates from the fact that the body undergoes recovery during sleep to stay healthy. This highlights the importance of getting enough rest, as lack of sleep has many negative effects. Unfortunately, sleep apnea is a large contributor to inconsistent sleep habits in adults. According to the National Institutes of Health, 18 [...]

Solve the Struggle of Sleep Apnea2015-08-03T17:37:01-06:00

How The Dentist Helps You Sleep Better

2015-05-27T00:09:46-06:00

Struggling with sleep apnea? According to the organization Global Sleep, over 18 million Americans are affected by restless sleep, with over half of them being over the age of 40. Sleep apnea is a very common disorder and fortunately there are multiple ways to address it. Treatments such as taking an oral pill by night, or [...]

How The Dentist Helps You Sleep Better2015-05-27T00:09:46-06:00

What is Sleep Apnea?

2013-06-18T17:55:08-06:00

Sleep apnea can be very disruptive to one’s life and health, and you might not even know you have it. True to its name, sleep apnea happens during sleep, and is, as a result, hard to notice on your own. Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes repeated interruptions to breathing throughout the night. [...]

What is Sleep Apnea?2013-06-18T17:55:08-06:00

Sleep Apnea and Oral Health

2012-07-26T12:00:18-06:00

Although snoring is often referred to comically, sleep apnea can cause serious health problems when untreated. Sleep apnea occurs when an individual periodically stops breathing during sleep for anywhere between ten seconds to several minutes. Usually, sleep apnea is caused by a physical blockage in the nasal cavity or throat, which is why snoring often [...]

Sleep Apnea and Oral Health2012-07-26T12:00:18-06:00

Sleep Apnea Linked to Cancer

2012-05-21T14:46:49-06:00

Sleep apnea may not only keep your partner awake while you snore, but new studies now show it may also increase a person's chance of getting cancer, and make a person about five times more likely to die from cancer. Sleep apnea is a common disorder that results in loud snoring, sleepiness during the day [...]

Sleep Apnea Linked to Cancer2012-05-21T14:46:49-06:00