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New Natural Sleep Aids to Help You Rest

You may have already heard of some of the more popular sleep aids on the market that are designed to help you rest with minimal side effects. Supplements with ingredients like chamomile, melatonin, and St. John’s Wort are all common sleep aids. And they can certainly help you get the rest you need. But considering […]

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Vitamin Deficiencies and OSA

You may have been told many times over to take your vitamins as a kid. But as it turns out, this advice may be more important than you’d think – especially if you have obstructive sleep apnea. For obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) sufferers, a vitamin deficiency can compound an already troublesome issue with your sleep […]

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Want to Look Younger The Easy Way?

You may already know that seeking treatment for your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) will provide a world of health benefits. Getting your OSA under control will not only help your energy levels and mood. But it will also: boost your heart health lower your risk for dementia and cognitive diseases help you lose weight and […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Sleep Aids

Sleep aids are one of the most popular products on the over-the-counter medicine market, and for good reason. The majority of Americans report having at least one restless night of sleep every week. And for many people who suffer from an inability to fall or stay asleep, readily accessible sleep aids seems like an easy, […]

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Can You Prevent OSA?

Once you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), finding a treatment that is convenient, comfortable, and that works with your busy lifestyle is key. Your treatment is essential for mitigating the many risk factors to your health and your ability to sleep well. And once you know you have OSA, treatment is the […]

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Sleep and Inflammation

Sleep and inflammation are uniquely and inherently linked. They both share a common regulator – namely, circadian rhythms which dictate our 24-hour sleep / wake cycles. In addition, the two processes influence each other greatly. Juggling sleep and chronic pain throughout this cycle is miserable for anyone. If you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re more […]

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Obesity Can Affect Everyone – Even NFL Stars

Obesity is obviously a common problem in the United States. The statistics of 2018 show at least 1 in 3 Americans is either overweight or obese. But a recent article in the New York Times has outlined how obesity is affecting a somewhat surprising segment of the American population – namely, NFL stars. Why The Rise […]

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How Bad Dreams Affect Your Sleep

If you’ve ever had a vivid nightmare, you know the immediate effects after you wake up can be jarring. Perhaps you jolt out of bed in a sweat, and you start worrying about the stresses that the dream triggers. Or maybe you have an impossible time falling back to sleep hours after the nightmare has ended. […]

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How to Nap Smarter

Napping has long been a topic of debate. Some sleep researchers and physicians think that daily naps may interrupt with your circadian rhythms and your ability to rest during the night. Meanwhile others attest that a few minutes of shut-eye during the day does no harm, and can actually make you more alert and refreshed […]

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OSA in Women Links to Increase in Heart Disease

Researchers and physicians alike have long known that not treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can cause a number of heart-related health issues. However, a recent study utilizing MRI technology has uncovered additional details about this correlation. And it has also found a higher risk for women when it comes to OSA and heart disease.   A […]

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