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OSA in Children: Is It ADHD or Sleep Apnea?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (or ADHD) is a commonly diagnosed problem in both younger children and teenagers. In fact, in the past five years, 11% of kids from the ages of 4 to 17 have had an ADHD diagnosis, with many of these patients on medication to help control behavioral issues. But what if this […]

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Four Surprising Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Everyone has had the occasional night when they just couldn’t catch up on the rest they need, but what happens if this occurs on a regular basis? There are all sorts of contributing factors when it comes to regular sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation could easily be because of a common medical condition, like obstructive sleep […]

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How to Sleep Better in Cold Weather

Many Americans report that their ability to fall or stay asleep well is very dependent on the weather. People can be “warm natured” or “cold natured” when it comes to ideal sleeping conditions. And while some folks can toss and turn in the summer when the temperatures rise, others have trouble getting the rest they […]

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How Healthy Sleep Shapes Great Leaders

Interested in climbing up the ladder at your workplace? There’s one easy thing you can do to advance your position and find new opportunities – namely, healthy sleep! Sleep is often overlooked as a key way to shine at the workplace. This is simply because it’s a common and false myth that the less sleep […]

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The Transportation Industry And Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can affect workers of all varieties. From the morning commute to projects at the office, coping with OSA (especially undiagnosed) can have a lot of dangerous consequences. It hinders your ability to concentrate and focus during your waking hours. Plus, your daily fatigue can lead to hazardous conditions in the workplace. Worst […]

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OSA Now Links to a Higher Risk of Gout

Many health risks can develop as side effects of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In addition to heart problems, lower cognitive function, and depression, we can now add gout to the list of reasons it is so important to test for and treat sleep apnea. A recent study published in the medical journal, Arthritis & Rheumatology, […]

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Diet Boost: The Best Foods to Eat in The Morning

If you are like most obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) sufferers, waking up in the morning refreshed and ready to go may feel like an impossible task. People with OSA often feel fatigued and lethargic from the moment they wake up. And it can be hard to shake this tired feeling as the day goes on. […]

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For Light Sleepers: How to Keep Noise Out of The Bedroom And Sleep Better

A noisy environment around the bedroom can be detrimental for sleep. The noise could be coming from street traffic, noisy neighbors, or even a partner who snores. But many folks simply can’t keep their eyes closed when there are distractions nearby. This problem is especially severe for light sleepers. They tend to either have trouble […]

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School Anxiety: Helping Kids Sleep Better

School is back in full swing. And for many students from grades 1 through 12, there’s an adjustment period to transition from a lazy summer schedule to a hectic back-to-school routine. From starting a new school or new grade level, to adjusting to different teachers and coursework, this transition period can be a tough time […]

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How to Deal With OSA During Menopause

There are a number of medical conditions and lifestyle habits that can make obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) worse. Drinking or taking sleep aids can certainly enhance the symptoms of this condition. Also, having a high body mass index (BMI), smoking, or even what you eat at bedtime can hinder your ability to breathe during the […]

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