Both obesity and sleep apnea are serious conditions which have an adverse effect on your health. But are the two conditions related and does one make the other worse?
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Do adjustable beds help with snoring? How about sleep apnea? The short answer is yes, but how? We’ll explore how...
At first, hearing somebody snoring in the same room as you may come as downright funny. However, after the first...
Snoring Affects everyone in the bed. Whether it’s you or your partner, snoring snoring will affect your physical, emotional and relationships health. Don’t resort to sleeping separately unless it’s a last resort.
Prince Harry, one of the most desired bachelors at one point in time, is a snorer; so much so that his big brother refused to share a room with him. Lionel Messi, the renowned soccer star, maybe a great sportsman but is a terrible roommate; the reason for this is that he snores while sleeping.
If you keep your partner up all night and drive them crazy with your nonstop snoring, you need help. Snoring should not be taken lightly. Not only can it affect your relationship with your roommate but also have some serious, detrimental effects on your health.
What may seem like an intensified form of snoring initially, can play a large role in deteriorating the quality of your sleep, and in turn, affect your overall health and that of your baby.
Ahh, good old snoring, that all too familiar sound that keeps your partner up at night and has you waking up feeling tired and grouchy. But don’t worry, there is hope. In this post we will discuss the best anti snoring products on the market today, how they work and which ones are right for you.
We are continually learning more and more about the link between sleep and weight loss. But one thing is certain. Healthy uninterrupted sleep is essential for successful long-term weight loss.
The connection between quality sleep and heart health has been well established for some time now. But our understanding of the interaction or cause and effect has evolved over time.
A recent study from the Endocrine Society provides data showing that the combination of CPAP machines and weight loss regimens should be considered and implemented by those diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).