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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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What Your Circadian Rhythm Tells You

It can be hard to determine the best times to wake-up, to go to bed, to get a lot accomplished, or even to exercise. But when it comes to the ideal routine, there’s an internal tool you can use to guide your schedule for the day and night – your circadian rhythm.   What Is […]

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Is There a Link Between Gluten and Sleep Apnea?

Waves of Americans across the country are signing up for a gluten-free diet for a myriad of reasons. Maybe to eat fewer processed foods, lose weight, or just have a more varied diet, going gluten-free can have potential benefits across the board. That is, if it’s done in a healthy manner. But what about your […]

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Healthy Sleep Habits for OSA and Pregnancy

Are you pregnant but also suffer from obstructive sleep apnea? Then you already have more obstacles than normal to overcome. Because obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can have so much influence on our overall health, it’s imperative for pregnant women to pay attention to this condition. This is because of the ways it can affect their […]

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American Couples and Sleep Divorce

Strong couples can have lots of things in common, such as similar views on family, spending, politics, lifestyle; even an infinite number of both big and little interests and opinions. But even the strongest couples may be completely incompatible, when it comes to sleep. And as it turns out, the number of Americans who are […]

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Your Body and Sleep Deprivation

Have you ever had the feeling of sleep deprivation? Then you know how your body struggles the next day. Getting plenty of sleep is arguably the best thing that people can do for their overall health. Through sleep, our bodies: magically regenerate and renew cells promote healing and decrease inflammation organize and store memories restore […]

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