The most common treatment for mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea is a CPAP machine. Though, another viable option is a mouth device.
If you or your partner are experiencing sleep disturbances, it’s time for the next step. Learn more about preventing snoring. You both deserve the chance of a restful night’s sleep.
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?
If you’ve been diagnosed and are being treated for OSA, chances are that you have a CPAP machine. While these are great devices for home use, traveling with them can be tricky. Here are some helpful tips for traveling with sleep apnea and CPAP machines.
There are more than 80 different kinds of sleeping disorders. In the United States alone, over 50 million suffer from these sleep-related problems.
We’ve tackled the science of snoring and its origins. Here is a guide to snoring and snoring genetics.
Perhaps you’ve already tried traditional “stop snoring” strategies like switching up your sleeping position or trying to change the way you eat before bed. If so the Smart Nora maybe the solution you are looking for.
First of all, you need to know the difference between snoring vs sleep apnea. The truth is that you might be dealing with something a bit more serious than just jackhammer snoring alone.
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