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Living With Sleep Apnea

Treating OSA Without a CPAP: Options You’ve likely heard of the “gold standard” for sleep apnea treatment, a machine with a running motor, tubing and a face mask called a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. Luckily, for many sleep apnea sufferers, there are many CPAP alternatives. Let’s begin with a few conservative options. Weight Management […]

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Best and Worst Foods for Sleep What you eat first thing in the morning is as important as what you eat right before you sleep. If you are having trouble sleeping, you may want to take a closer look at what you’re munching on before hitting the hay. We’ve made a list of the best […]

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If you’re considering wearing an oral appliance for sleep apnea, it’s a good idea to comb through the patient reviews of other oral appliance therapy (OAT) users before you commit to treatment. Norma is one such example of a CPAP user who gave up her appliance for a more comfortable, SomnoDent mandibular advancement device. Her […]

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Sleep apnea doesn’t just make you groggy during the day. It can also lead to serious health complications and mess with your dreams. Dreaming and sleep apnea are interrelated. Sleep apnea can cause you to have fewer dreams as well as more disturbing dreams. Why Can’t I Remember My Dreams? There are many reasons people […]

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5 Tips to Adjust to Daylight Saving Time You may be excited about warmer weather on the horizon, but one of the side effects can be adjusting your sleep pattern to Daylight Saving Time (DST). To avoid interrupted sleep, we have five tips to help you prepare and manage the change. Plan one week ahead. […]

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