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Weight Management Strategies and Sleep Apnea

Losing weight and adopting a healthier lifestyle is a challenging endeavor in general. But for people with obstructive sleep apnea, it can be especially hard. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can deplete your energy levels throughout the day, making it harder to exercise. It impairs the portions of the brain connected to impulse control and judgement. And […]

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Nighttime Snacking and Sleep Deprivation: a New Link Between Poor Sleep and Obesity

Most obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) sufferers know that poor sleep and an expanding waistline tend to go hand in hand. Being obese can affect the severity of sleep apnea. And yet sleep apnea can make it more difficult to maintain a healthy weight due to a number of factors. Lower metabolism, decreased energy, and unhealthy […]

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How Does Sleep Apnea Impact Your Metabolism?

Obstructive sleep apnea and weight gain tend to go hand in hand. Doctors and researchers have found that obese patients have a much higher chance of developing sleep apnea due to extra weight and pressure on the throat. And new correlations between having sleep apnea and gaining weight are being regularly reported. In fact, a […]

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Sleep Apnea and Weight Gain – A Common Cycle That Can Be Broken

Physicians and specialists attest one of the first defenses for combatting a sleeping disorder is a healthier lifestyle. This is because weight gain can cause obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or make it worse! As we add more weight and pressure to our neck area, our tendency to choke, gasp and have breathing issues while we’re unconsciously […]

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My Time at Simple Sleep Services

I heard about Simple Sleep Services (SSS) from a friend who had contacted them for Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and had good results. I thought I might have sleep apnea too. At her suggestion, I called SSS at 469-685-1700 to inquire about their services and find out if they could also help me. I was […]

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Sleeping less may mean you’ll eat more

Tired? Hungry? A new study is linking lack of sleep to excess snacking. In findings presented at an American Heart Association meeting in San Diego, researchers found that people who got about a third-less than their average amount of sleep time ate over 500 additional calories a day on average. “Sleep deprivation is a growing […]

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