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Bariatric Surgery and OSA

If you are obese or morbidly obese, the idea of losing weight can seem overwhelming and frustrating. Many people embark on diet and fitness plans, only to fall short of their goals and give up. This can be extremely dangerous to your health, as excess weight puts strain on the entire body, including the heart, […]


Could Sleep Apnea Be Causing That Bad Mood?

Do you feel grouchy? Are you seemingly always in a bad mood, but don’t know why? Are you excessively tired during the day, even after having what you thought was a full night’s sleep? You could be suffering from sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that causes you to wake repeatedly throughout the night, affecting both […]


The Buzz on Botox

As we age, we gain many things: wisdom, confidence, and sometimes a few wrinkles. But while aging gracefully is something we all aspire to, sometimes we need a little boost in our self-confidence.  Thankfully, there are solutions that can help us look and feel our best. One of those solutions is an injectable cosmetic product […]


Should People With Sleep Apnea Sleep With Pets?

  With winter fast approaching and the days getting shorter, it’s natural to want to curl up in bed a little early these days. Even better if you have someone or something to snuggle with.  For millions of Americans, that something is often a pet. But is it a good idea to sleep with our […]


Tips for Reducing Sleep Apnea Symptoms

If you have sleep apnea, naturally you want to make it better, not worse. But what you may not know is there are things you could be doing that are making your sleep apnea symptoms worse instead of better. If you’re already addressing your sleep apnea, such as with a custom sleep orthotic from Dr. […]


Sleep Apnea and High Triglycerides

  Obstructive sleep apnea or OSA most commonly occurs in older men who are overweight or obese, however, there have always been exceptions to this. The illness also occurs in women, in children, and in people of all sizes, though generally not as frequently.  Unfortunately, this can make it difficult to test for sleep apnea, […]


Patients With Chronic Hives May Be At Higher Risk For Sleep Apnea

Do you have chronic urticaria or chronic persistent hives? This condition can not only be painful, itchy, and embarrassing, it can also be connected to another serious condition known as obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA.   Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that occurs when the airway becomes obstructed during sleep. Symptoms of obstructive […]


Exercise Could Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Here’s some good news from the School of Arts, Science, and Humanities at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil regarding obstructive sleep apnea.  It seems that beginning a fitness regimen has shown positive results in reducing or eliminating obstructive sleep apnea.  The study followed 47 people, and those who began exercising were able to […]


At-Home Versus In-Clinic Sleep Testing

  If you gasp for air, stop and restart breathing, or wake frequently throughout the night, you could have sleep apnea. Your risk for this dangerous sleep disorder increases if you smoke, have certain conditions like diabetes and atrial fibrillation, or are obese or overweight. But in order to truly know if you have sleep […]


New Survey Highlights Oral Care Around The Globe

  Here in America, we have agencies like the American Dental Association (ADA), which helps guide both consumers and dentists in best practices for caring for our teeth. From recommendations like brushing twice a day for two minutes each time and flossing at least once per day, to fluoride recommendations, the ADA helps keep our […]


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