Sleep apnea

  • Less than 50% of Americans Get a Solid Night’s Sleep

    The numbers are a nightmare: the National Sleep Foundation states that a mere 44% of all Americans report that they regularly sleep well. Considering the negative effects of chronic sleep deprivation, up to 66% of Americans are exposed to a greater risk of a wide range of health problems, as well as decreased productivity during waking hours. Health […]

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    Published on: October 9, 2015         Published by: CT Nguyen         Comments: No Comments

  • What Happens When Sleep Apnea Goes on too Long

    Sleep apnea — the involuntary stoppage of breathing while asleep — severely impacts the quality of life of those who suffer from it. The condition has been shown to be most common among men, in particular those who are obese, abuse alcohol, or were born with an airway that’s physiologically narrow. Sleep apnea can reduce […]

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    Published on: October 7, 2015         Published by: CT Nguyen         Comments: No Comments

  • Preparing for Your Snoring Child’s First Sleepover

    The unconditional love that you feel for your child includes the fact that your little one sounds like a chainsaw when he or she doses off to sleep. When your child is going to a sleepover at another family’s home, their snoring might not be received with the same patience and understanding that your kids […]

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    Published on: August 13, 2015         Published by: CT Nguyen         Comments: No Comments

  • Is Snoring Hurting Your Career?

    In some cases, snoring is just an annoyance that can result in the occasional argument when you and your partner are trying to sleep. However, snoring is sometimes a sign of a more serious issue with your sleeping patterns. The cause of snoring for some people is an excess of alcohol and tobacco that relaxes […]

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    Published on: August 10, 2015         Published by: CT Nguyen         Comments: No Comments