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Sleep Apnea

Your Risk of Sleep Apnea Increases with Menopause

Menopause and sleep apnea share some symptoms that make them difficult to tell which is which. Poor sleep, daytime sleepiness, night sweats, mood changes, weight gain, and stress are overlapping symptoms. Luckily, the other menopause symptoms are relatively easy to distinguish. But it gets complicated when you learn your risk of sleep [...]

7 Reasons People Choose Oral Appliances over CPAP

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you must get treatment. Sleep apnea is a condition with serious, even potentially deadly complications. Your doctor may recommend CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) for your sleep apnea treatment. If the idea of committing to wearing a mask and hose system every night makes [...]

Study: Too Much Television Increases Chances Of Getting Sleep Apnea

A recent study reveals less TV time decreases the chances of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Additionally, an increase in exercise was linked to lowered risks with the condition. The project was led by the European Lung Foundation. This is the first research of its kind to review connections between sedentary behavior, [...]

The Dangers of Stress on Your Oral Health

Stress can be caused by a variety of things from your job to your family, to your busy life, and anything in between. Although stress is a necessary part of life, it’s important that you learn how to relieve your stress, not only for your overall health, but also to {{{{link id='50754' text='keep your [...]

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