The most common treatment for mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea is a CPAP machine. Though, another viable option is a mouth device.
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.
7 Warning Signs of Sleep Apnea You Shouldn’t Ignore Do you dream of having a good night’s sleep? Are you always worn out at work and even more sleepy at home? If you’ve got chronic exhaustion and a few other symptoms, you might have sleep apnea. There are about 1 billion people in the world […]
Adjustable Beds for Bad Backs: Everything You Need to Know Almost eighty percent of Americans experience lower back pain at some point during their lives. Chronic pain, sleep problems, depression, and lack of productivity are just some of the problems that can stem from untreated lower back complications. Many folks “power through” their pain at night, waking […]
How to Find the Best Pillows for Sleep Apnea and Snoring An estimated 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Are you one of them? The sleep disorder does more than render a good night’s sleep virtually impossible. It can also lead to heart problems, high blood pressure, liver issues and more. And, it’s only […]
Do you snore at night? Or, does your partner tell you that you do? Either way, it’s essential to get your snoring under control. Snoring can be a symptom of a severe health issue, and long-term snoring can also set you up for a wide range of illnesses. If you’ve been trying to learn how […]
How to Sleep With a Snoring Spouse Do you wake up and find yourself dragging? Desperately pawing for a few drops of Folgers so you can try and salvage some shred of your morning. How many times did you hit the snooze button this morning? If this sounds like you, then you might have a snorer […]
CPAP vs BiPAP? What’s the Difference and Which Is Best for You? Did you know that you have options when it comes to the mask used with a sleep apnea machine? Many people with sleep apnea are used to hearing about the CPAP mask that originally accompanied a CPAP machine. But over the years, developers have created […]