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Veneers and Social Influencers

There’s no denying that social media has found its way into many of our lives these days. From keeping up with old friends and family on Facebook to sharing funny videos on TikTok or photos on Instagram, we’re becoming a more connected society – especially while we can’t be with each other the way we […]


OSA May Cause Infertility in Men

There’s some bad news out of Tapei, Taiwan for men with obstructive sleep apnea who are trying to conceive. Researchers at the Tri-Service General Hospital at the National Defense Medical Center have found a connection between obstructive sleep apnea and male infertility. In a study of 4,607 men with infertility diagnosis from the Longitudinal Health […]


OSA Poses High Risk in Truck Drivers

There’s no denying we owe a debt of gratitude to our essential workers, especially the truck drivers who work round the clock to bring us much-needed supplies like food, PPE, and of course toilet paper. But these hard workers could be at a dangerous risk, especially if they have undiagnosed sleep apnea. A recent study […]


Could SphenoCath Reduce Your Headaches?

Are you one of the 50 million Americans who experience headaches? It’s not surprising – headaches are the second most common ailment to the common cold, but they can often be just as debilitating, especially the headache type known as migraine headaches. Migraine headaches affect an estimated 38 million people each year, and many are […]


All About Jaw Development Orthodontics

Do you have crowded or crooked teeth? Do you also have sleep apnea, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, or simply have discomfort in the jaw? You may be an excellent candidate for jaw development orthodontics. Dr. Peterson offers jaw development orthodontics to patients looking to straighten their smiles without the need to remove healthy teeth or change […]


Pulse Oximetry Could Predict Stroke

If you have sleep apnea, you may have heard that this sleep disorder can contribute to many comorbid conditions like depression, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and even stroke. While there are still many unanswered questions as to why these conditions so frequently appear in patients who suffer from sleep apnea, much is being done […]


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Sleep Apnea Inflammation Could Worsen COVID-19 Symptoms

Another new study has revealed more dangers associated with sleep apnea. This time, the danger comes from COVID-19. According to a study published in the journal Sleep and Breathing, the risk of having to be hospitalized with severe symptoms of COVID-19 or dying from the illness is higher in those with obstructive sleep apnea, or […]


Study Finds Close Connection Between Poor Sleep and Heart Disease

A new study by the American College of Cardiology’s 70th Annual Scientific Session has revealed that sleep plays a more important factor than previously thought on the health of the human heart. Following a study conducted by Kartik Gupta, MD, et. al, the presentation concluded that those who had poor sleep habits, including too much […]


Treating Sleep Apnea May Reduce Dementia Risk

  Dementia is a serious problem affecting upwards of 5 million Americans. Dementia is defined as the loss of cognitive function by the National Institute on Aging. Some of its hallmarks include trouble thinking, reasoning, and remembering to such a degree that it prevents the affected from being able to function as they did pre-dementia. […]


Researchers Find Higher BMI in CPAP Users

  Another new study has been released about the side effects of using – or not properly using- continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, and it could mean big trouble for your waistline. The study, which was published in The Annals of The American Thoracic Society found that patients who are treated with CPAP therapy, […]


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