Category Archives: Sleep Apnea

Women Snore, T00!

For years the medical community has understood obstructive sleep apnea to be more predominant in males than females. However, when a recent Swedish report released a medical finding showing the frequency of sleep apnea in women is actually higher than … Continue reading

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A Dental Screening Could Save Your Life

We all know about the importance of sleep, and we know we should be getting more of it. When we wake up exhausted, drag ourselves to work or hit that afternoon slump, we blame ourselves: “Should have gotten more sleep … Continue reading

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Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

For children to be successful in school and life, they need the basic necessities to be met first, just like the rest of us. Respirtatoy problems are one of the more often seen medical problems in children, and problems with … Continue reading

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Facts about Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Here are some fact to digest about Obstructive Sleep Apnea, to start thinking about how the dots are  connected. As always, if you have any questions, please get in touch! Use of benzodiazepine & narcotic medications are highly contraindicated (meaning … Continue reading

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Living in a fog | Thanksgiving and sleep apnea

 When you’re living in a fog, it’s hard to feel thankful.                         Most people can differentiate between sunny, rainy, or foggy days. However for almost 15% of adult Americans who … Continue reading

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