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New Research: Sleep Apnea Is Undiagnosed at an Alarming Global Scale

It can be hard for researchers and physicians to garner statistics on obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), because the condition goes undiagnosed and untreated so often. It’s roughly estimated that a total of 22 million Americans currently have moderate or severe OSA. From this number, roughly 80% have never been diagnosed or sought treatment for their […]

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Calling All Carnivores! Eating Meat Can Worsen Sleep Apnea

Millions of Americans with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) take steps to ensure their lifestyle and habits don’t enhance their sleeping disorder. From focusing on weight loss, to finding an optimal sleeping position, most OSA sufferers are smart about not making their condition worse. But as this common sleeping disorder becomes more researched and understood, doctors […]

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Surprising Contemporary Tricks That Lead to Better Sleep

If you have trouble with sleeping on a regular basis, then you probably know all the tricks to achieve a better night’s rest. Some common solutions to restless nights are: A warm glass of milk Turning off the electronics and TV Sticking to a regularly scheduled bedtime. These solutions are all well researched and well […]

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How to Design a Bedroom for the Best Possible Sleep

Most folks have heard of design concepts like Feng Shui. But when it comes to creating a bedroom layout, it can be hard to find what feels relaxed and peaceful specifically for you. Researchers and interior designers alike have looked at how we sleep in different settings. And as it turns out, the layout, design, […]

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Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Help Your OSA Treatment

Many folks worry when they first get the diagnosis: obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). After all, this breathing condition can have potentially deadly consequences. It affects you in the short-term via long pauses in breath when you are fast asleep. And also it affects the long-term through links to health risks like heart disease, high blood […]

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How Long Until I Feel Better after Starting OSA Treatment?

One of the most commonly asked questions by obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients after they have been diagnosed is “How long until I feel better?” And the answer to this question can be a little complicated. For one thing, obstructive sleep apnea is certainly not a one-size-fits all condition. This prevalent sleeping problem affects individuals […]

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How to Help a Loved One Get Tested and Treated for OSA

When it comes to some of the more obvious side effects of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), it’s often the patient’s partner that suffers. OSA can cause loud snoring, restless nights, and loud gasps of breath, which the snorer may not be aware of, but which will affect anyone who is remotely nearby. Because of this […]

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Seeing a Doctor About Your Sleep Apnea? Here’s What You Need to Know

For millions of Americans, one of the hardest aspects of tackling obstructive sleep apnea is recognizing that it’s a problem in the first place. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is certainly common, but it’s also one of the least diagnosed sleeping disorders, simply because it can be hard to identify. Individuals can show various symptoms when […]

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Planning a Summer Vacation? Getting Sleep in a New Environment Is a Breeze!

Summer is here! Millions of Americans will embark on family getaways every year to enjoy quality time, discover new and cool locales, and to create lifelong memories. And while vacations are easily a highlight of the summer, it also means a new and potentially uncomfortable sleep environment. In fact, one of the number one complaints […]

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Nighttime Snacking and Sleep Deprivation: a New Link Between Poor Sleep and Obesity

Most obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) sufferers know that poor sleep and an expanding waistline tend to go hand in hand. Being obese can affect the severity of sleep apnea. And yet sleep apnea can make it more difficult to maintain a healthy weight due to a number of factors. Lower metabolism, decreased energy, and unhealthy […]

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