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Sleep Disorders Common Among Police Officers

A survey of police officers indicated that about 40 percent have a sleep disorder, which was associated with an increased risk of adverse health, safety and performance outcomes, according to a study in the December 21 issue of JAMA. Sleep disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, and shift work disorder, affect 50 to 70 […]

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Snoring and Stroke

Researchers looking at heavy snorers say that their increased risk of stroke may be linked to reduced blood flow in the brain during certain stages of sleep. Writing in the medical journal Stroke, scientists at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University say their study of 12 heavy-snorers (11 men and 1 woman) found brief blood flow […]

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Fox News Interview of John Truitt, CEO Simple Sleep Services

John Truitt of Simple Sleep Services in Plano, Texas discusses the benefits of a power nap and the negative effects of obstructive sleep apnea with Jeff Ogden on AM 1100 The Flag in Fargo, North Dakota. Click Here for Audio of Interview with John Truitt Visit us at: www.simplesleepservices.com

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Atlanta Georgia Interview with John Truitt, CEO Simple Sleep Services

Atlanta Georgia Interview with John Truitt, CEO Simple Sleep Services on the Rob Johnson Show. Click to listen: Atlanta, GA Interview with John Truitt, CEO Simple Sleep Services Visit us on the web at: www.simplesleepservices.com

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FAA Orders More Rest Time For Pilots Between Shifts

DFW AIRPORT (CBSDFW.COM) – They fly across the country, crossing time zones, often in the middle of the night. The lives of hundreds of passengers are in their hands. And they often do it on just a few hours of rest. The federal government is stepping in though to give pilots a break. The Federal […]

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Snoring: Nuisance Or Serious Health Problem?

Whether it’s a loud sawing or one of those grating, breathy affairs, snoring can be irritating for both snorer and significant other alike. So irritating, in fact, that recent Department of Health advertisements promoting marital health highlighted snoring as a potential source of tension. Sometimes, though, snoring isn’t just annoying, but indicative of an actual […]

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Sleep Apnea May Spur Erectile Dysfunction

Sept. 12, 2008 — Sleep apnea may make erectile dysfunction more likely, and the erectile dysfunction drug Cialis may ease but not erase that problem, new research shows. Those findings come from lab tests on mice, but the researchers say that erectile dysfunction (ED) is common among men with obstructive sleep apnea, a condition in […]

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Snoring and Gravity

Because the respiratory system is greatly influenced by the force of gravity, the effect of weightlessness on sleep-related breathing problems was observed in five space shuttle astronauts. Dr. G. Kim Prisk from the University of California at San Diego found that, without gravity, breathing problems were reduced by 55% – and snoring was nearly eliminated.

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Are You Concerned You May Have Sleep Apnea?

THE EPWORTH SLEEPINESS SCALE How likely are you to doze off or fall asleep in at sitting quietly at work work or while driving, in contrast to feeling just tired? Take our Sleep Test and will we send you good information on treatment options for your situation.

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Sleep Apnea Treatment Options – Dallas Tx

There are many therapy options for available for snoring and sleep apnea. You may know about continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), which requires you to wear a mask while sleeping. Other treatments include surgery on the soft palate, upper airway, back of the throat, tonsils and adenoids. Many patients benefit most from noninvasive treatments, such […]

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