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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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Can You Treat Sleep Apnea With Prescribed Medicine?

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common condition that affects millions of Americans on a daily basis. And considering so many chronic medical conditions can be treated or assisted with a pill, it’s not unusual for folks to initially think that a doctor’s prescription will help nip this medical condition in the bud. But the […]

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The Science Behind the Benefits of Sleep

We may not know it, but when our eyes are closed, our brains and bodies are undergoing an amazing transformation. Sleep is when our body accomplishes so many of our daily tasks — without our knowledge. And a good night’s rest is imperative to ensure all our functionalities, from our memory to our movement, continue […]

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Medications That Can Make Sleep Apnea Worse

It’s not unusual for Americans to require medications for different ailments and conditions. However, not all medications mix with other existing health concerns. And when it comes to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the medications you are taking may actually worsen your problem. From allergies to mental health, there is a surprisingly large number of prescription […]

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How Seasonal Affective Disorder Affects Sleep – And What You Can Do

It’s easy to feel a little blue or lethargic in the wintertime. The days are shorter, the weather is chilly, and most folks can’t wait to get back to the green and sunny landscapes of spring. But some folks experience more extreme cases of the wintertime blues than others. These cases are a form of […]

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Hot or Cold – Which Is Better for Sleep?

Winter has officially arrived. For many folks, it means a regular routine of sleeping in slightly colder conditions. Out come the comforters and long johns. The summer sheets and thin pajamas are stored away for a few months, until the heat waves of summer once again arrive. But when it comes to sleep, is it […]

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What You Should Know about Sleep Aids

It’s 2 a.m. You’ve been tossing and turning for hours, unable to quiet your brain. You think about everything you need to do tomorrow, and the anxiety mounts. While it may seem easy to pop a pill and doze off, you should heed caution if you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Insomnia Often Occurs with […]

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Why Sleep Apnea and Surgery Can Pose Dangers

In our previous post, we talked about how dangerous it can be for a patient to undergo even routine surgery if he or she has an undiagnosed sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Even patients who know they have OSA are at a greater risk — sometimes the nurses and residents who provide follow […]

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New Surgery Option for OSA Sufferers Holds Promise

If you’re one of the 18 million Americans with obstructive sleep apnea, you have probably experienced the frustration of seeking a treatment that works for you. Obstructive sleep apnea is a condition in which your tongue and soft tissues in your throat collapse repeatedly during sleep, interrupting breathing. While continuous positive airway therapy (CPAP) is […]

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