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Start getting the sleep you need, make sleep apnea a distant memory

Sleep Apnea Rethink Treatment

What is Sleep Apnea? It’s a potentially serious disorder, that happens when a sleeping person stops breathing intermittently. People who suffer from sleep apnea repeatedly stop and then restart breathing periodically during the night. By definition, suffers stop and start breathing a minimum of five times per hour throughout the night. Diagnosing Sleep Apnea? Many people who have it snore loudly or feel tired even after...

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Revolutionizing Sleep Apnea Treatments

What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder. People who suffer from sleep apnea repeatedly stop and then restart breathing periodically during their sleep. By definition, suffers stop and start breathing a minimum of five times per hour throughout the night. How Do You Know If You Have Sleep Apnea? You may have sleep apnea if you snore loudly, and you...

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You and your dentist working together can go a long way toward preventing unpleasant dental surprises.

4 Ways to Avoid Dental Catastrophes

The term ‘dental catastrophe’ means different things to different people, but regardless of what particular issues we place into that category, the bottom line is that they are generally uncomfortable, inconvenient, and expensive.  As with most of life’s problems, the best solution is to prevent them from occurring in the first place.   Proper Dental Hygiene   Most of us learned in elementary school that...

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Feeling tired during the daytime can be a symptom of sleep apnea.

Sleep Apnea and Your Dentist

Dealing with Sleep Apnea Are you dealing with sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea or the disruption of breathing patterns and oxygen levels while sleeping, typically from airway obstruction or shallow breathing, affects millions of Americans. The condition can affect men, women, old and young, even children. Obstructive Sleep Apnea, OSA, is the most common of the three types of sleep apnea–affecting approximately 12 million americans, according...

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