Symptoms that point to OSA can be less pronounced in women than men, but studies suggest the consequences are just as damaging for women, if not worse. And it may be more common in women than we think.read more
Did you know that roughly 1/3 of NFL players suffer from sleep apnea?
However, with the help of their CPAP treatment, NFL stars with sleep apnea were still able to be at the top of their game.read more
While exercise and weight loss may be your top objectives for 2021, it can be difficult to achieve them without better sleep. In this month’s blog, we share with you all the benefits of a good sleep, some of which may really surprise you!read more
We talk about a lot of issues in these blogs, and you hear a lot about the negative health impacts of leaving Obstructive Sleep Apnea untreated, but have you thought about how it affects your relationship with your partner?read more
It’s often after years of snoring and lost sleep that patients decide to discuss their symptoms with their doctor and proceed with a polysomnography (home sleep test) to determine if they have sleep apnea. After doing the test, the results come in and it is confirmed…..sleep apnea. Almost immediately, one of the first questions most commonly asked is: Can my sleep apnea be cured?read more
Alcohol and sleep make for strange bedfellows at the best of times. While having a drink (or three) before bed can relax your muscles and indeed lead to falling asleep faster, in reality your body is not achieving restorative sleep when you’ve been drinking.read more