Many people try CPAP therapy when they’re first diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). If they have trouble using the CPAP, then they become candidates for oral appliance therapy. Until now, CPAP has been the first line of therapy for all patients, but a new study suggests that the underlying cause of OSA determines […]Continue Reading »
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association has shown how obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatment can prevent or reverse cardiovascular disease in prediabetic patients. OSA and prediabetes or diabetes are common comorbidities among Americans. 60% of Americans with OSA have either prediabetes or diabetes. Yet 80% of OSA cases […]Continue Reading »
Nocturia (nighttime urination) is so prevalent in sleep apnea patients that it has become a screening tool as significant as snoring. A research study showed that over 84% of patients with sleep apnea reported frequent nighttime urination while 82% acknowledged snoring. Doctors know that nocturia is a sign of sleep apnea. However, people with nocturia […]Continue Reading »
Did you know that in addition to training and physical conditioning and conscious eating, sleep plays a major role in athletic performance and competitive results? Obstructive sleep apnea affects as many as 22 million Americans and this includes adults as well as kids. And while risk factors such as smoking or having a family history […]Continue Reading »
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So many think these symptoms are common in kids and adults when tired. Join us as we debunk some of these common myths and put the spotlight on Sleep Apnea. Discover what constitutes healthy sleep and how we can help ourselves and our kids get the best sleep ever.