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The Cycle of Lack of Sleep and Anxiety

Doctors have long known that patients who have been diagnosed with anxiety disorders often have trouble sleeping as a regular side effect. This is because all that stress makes it nearly impossible to close your eyes, clear your head, and actually rest. Our reactions and responses to stimuli of all varieties are heightened – even when […]

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Why Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea on The Rise?

Obstructive sleep apnea is garnering national and international attention, simply because it’s so prevalent. And this prevalence is continually increasing. A recent study found that in the past two decades alone, the rates of obstructive sleep apnea has increased by 17% in females, and 34% in males. And this increase affects all ages and demographics. […]

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Seven Common Dreams and What They Might Mean

For roughly 90 minutes every night, every single person in the world undergoes a period of REM sleep, which is when a tapestry of nonsensical dreams occurs. They are plucked from memories, recollections, distractions, and literally any stray thoughts lying around in our brains. As strange as they can be, dreams are a regular occurrence […]

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Seven Bad Sleeping Habits You Can’t Ignore

Everyone has the occasional odd behavior when their eyes are closed. From mumbling or talking in our sleep, to tossing and turning, or even hogging the covers, our sleeping habits may seem a little humorous – and even slightly annoying. However, there are a few sleep habits that can signal a much deeper problem, especially […]

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The Three Most Common Sleep Disorders in the U.S.

More than half of Americans report having trouble with their sleep at least once a week on a regular basis. So it should come as no surprise that sleeping disorders in general are fairly common. And while physicians and researchers have identified literally dozens of different, unique, and specialized disorders, there are a handful of […]

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7 Surprising Benefits of Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and have finally started treatment, you may find after just a few days that you already start to feel better. Your energy levels have improved throughout the day, your mood has brightened, and you may start to feel more confident to tackle any task at work, or […]

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How a Lack of Sleep Could Disrupt the Course of Your Life

When we think of the prolonged effects of sleep deprivation from sleeping disorders like obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), we often think of the more obvious health concerns. Sleep deprivation can affect our ability to do well at work and handle tasks at home. It can also increase our chances for numerous health risks. Worse yet, […]

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Seeing a Doctor About Your Sleep Apnea? Here’s What You Need to Know

For millions of Americans, one of the hardest aspects of tackling obstructive sleep apnea is recognizing that it’s a problem in the first place. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is certainly common, but it’s also one of the least diagnosed sleeping disorders, simply because it can be hard to identify. Individuals can show various symptoms when […]

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Why Older Americans Should Watch for the Signs of Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can affect just about anyone. This common condition is not associated with a particular age, race, gender, or nationality. And its prevalence means that everyone needs to keep an eye out for the signs and symptoms of OSA. But paying attention to these signs is especially important for older Americans, who […]

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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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