Posts Categorized: Sleep Disorders

Put Your Sleep On Your Travel List

Yep. Right above “toothbrush” and “socks” and all other essentials on your travel list for this year’s holidays should be “sleep.” Or, of course, some other version of the term that makes sense to you. You want to be certain to include all sleep-related essentials, such as sleep apnea treatment, for your vacation. Otherwise, you… Read more »

OSA: 3 Things You’re Getting Wrong

You might have a lot of ideas firmly cemented in your brain when it comes to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). However, that doesn’t mean that everything you’re thinking you know about it is necessarily accurate. To make sure you’re not inadvertently missing out on treatment that you really need to regain your sleep and to… Read more »

Why Can’t I Sleep?

Do you walk around during the day feeling exhausted? Do you often have trouble focusing on tasks or even keeping your eyes open behind the wheel? If so, then you are clearly sleep deprived, but why can’t you sleep well? A number of factors, including your daily habits or possibly disorders such as sleep apnea,… Read more »

5 Habits To Help You Sleep Better In 2017

With a new year comes to chance to embrace a new you. Why not take steps to ensure you rest easier and help protect yourself form the risk of obstructive sleep apnea and other sleep disorders? There are steps you can take to help you sleep better in 2017. In addition, don’t hesitate to see… Read more »

What’s The Difference Between OSA And UARS?

Losing sleep can have a number of negative impacts on your overall health and your ability to function at work or school. If you often feel exhausted during the day, then you may need to see your dentist. You could have obstructive sleep apnea or possibly upper airway resistance syndrome. What’s the difference between OSA… Read more »

5 Steps For Improved Sleep

Do you often feel exhausted? If you aren’t sleeping well, you can have trouble staying alert during the day. You could also be more likely to develop a sleep disorder. However, you can try a few steps to improve your sleep from home. If this fails to address the issue, then consider contacting your dentist… Read more »