Taking a Closer Look at Stress and How It Impacts Your Sleep Apnea

April is Stress Awareness Month, which makes it an ideal time to examine the link between stress and sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder characterized by interruptions in breathing while you sleep. Unfortunately, this chronic condition leads to fragmented sleep and a host of health issues. Stress can actually exacerbate the symptoms of sleep apnea, and this,... read more »

March Hosts National Sleep Awareness Week and We Can Help!

Since March is National Sleep Awareness Week (March 12-18), this is the perfect time to evaluate your sleep quality and find ways to catch more zzz’s for better mental and physical health and well-being. Sleep Awareness Week officially starts at the beginning of daylight saving time (DST), which is when most of us lose that coveted hour of sleep. This... read more »

If You Struggle With Sleep Apnea, Can a Night Guard Give You the Sleep You Need?

While many people struggle with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), not everyone realizes it yet. Having a sleep study done can assess your breathing patterns while you sleep. It determines whether your airway is partially or completely collapsed, leaving you periodically gasping, choking, and snoring throughout the night. These sleep disturbances also result in lowered blood oxygen levels or hypoxemia which... read more »

Now’s the Time To Set Healthier Sleeping Goals for the Coming New Year!

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, there are few things that can better help you with your physical and mental health and well-being. If you are one of the many who struggle with sleep apnea — a sleep-related breathing disorder where you have trouble breathing while you sleep —- setting a goal to sleep better in the... read more »

10 Cool Facts You Should Know About Your Sleep Apnea

Do you wake up feeling groggy despite having a full night’s sleep? Do you wake yourself up in the middle of the night snoring loudly or gasping and choking for breath? These are red flags indicating you might have sleep apnea. If so, you are one of the almost 30 million adults throughout the U.S. who suffer from the serious... read more »