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Why Millenials Need Better Sleep

How much sleep you need changes with age. You need a significantly high amount of sleep when you are very young. But as you get older, this number tends to decrease with time. From toddlers to millennials, to the elderly: we all have a prescribed amount of sleep on which our bodies depend to function […]

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Why Older Americans Should Watch for the Signs of Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can affect just about anyone. This common condition is not associated with a particular age, race, gender, or nationality. And its prevalence means that everyone needs to keep an eye out for the signs and symptoms of OSA. But paying attention to these signs is especially important for older Americans, who […]

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Happy Memorial Day!

Simple Sleep Services will be closed on Monday, May 28th in observation of Memorial Day.

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Travel for Summer? 8 Tips to Help You Sleep Comfortably Anywhere

There’s nothing like curling up into your own bed at the end of the day to enjoy a peaceful night’s rest. You have your favorite blankets, most comfortable pillows, cocooned in your perfect and serene bedroom décor. But summer vacations are on the horizon. Or maybe you travel often all year around. If you do […]

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How to Prevent Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity in America has become a national problem, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Nearly 20% of children ages 6-19 are classified as obese, which is a roughly 14% increase from just 25 years ago. And roughly 30% of children across the country can be classified as overweight or obese. This is […]

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Can You Test for Sleep Apnea at Home?

It’s a well-known fact that millions of Americans who suffer from sleep apnea are not actively seeking treatment. And the reasons why can vary across the board. In many cases, people who suffer from sleep apnea simply aren’t aware they have the condition. While in other instances, folks may think sleep apnea is not a […]

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The 7 Drawbacks of CPAP Machines

When it comes to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) therapy and treatment, most people think of CPAP machines as their primary option, and it’s easy to see why. Developed in 1980 and used for decades since, bulky CPAP machines were one of the first and only treatments for obstructive sleep apnea for many years. However, with […]

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Sugar and the Quality of Your Sleep

Everyone loves to have a little dessert after dinnertime. But if you’re indulging in sugar too close to bedtime or on a regular basis, the quality of your sleep may be at risk. A number of studies have examined the correlation between sugar and sleep. And if you already have trouble sleeping – or have […]

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Driving

If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you already know it affects a huge portion of your daily life. You may find you have an inability to concentrate and focus at work, have less time and energy for activities you normally enjoy. You also may be moody and irritable around friends and family. But […]

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Do You Have a Sleep Apnea Support System?

A number of medical conditions and health issues have inherent support networks – either in-person or online. These systems help patients cope with their condition, as well as lean on others who suffer in a similar way. And as it turns out, this is also the case with one of the most common health conditions […]

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