Month: March 2018

A Look at Why You Might Be Sleep Deprived

Did you know that feeling tired could be a symptom of an underlying health issue or sleep disorder? For some patients, that’s obvious; they can’t sleep, and therefore, they feel sleep deprived. However, for patients who suffer from sleep apnea, the fact that they aren’t sleeping well is often lost on them. Sleep apnea, a… Read more »

How Does Sleep Apnea Actually Affect Your Sleep?

For patients who experience obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the condition can cause a host of symptoms stemming from its impact on your quality of sleep. However, the exact ways in which sleep apnea affects your sleep quality aren’t always obvious, which is why many patients may not realize that they have sleep apnea until after… Read more »

How to Train Yourself to Sleep Better

Lack of sleep is common these days, and there’s often a wide variety of reasons why. If you’re overstressed at work or in your home life, or if your entire circadian rhythm is out of whack because you lack a routine, then restful sleep could be more elusive for you than it is for others…. Read more »

What’s the Difference Between Snoring and Sleep Apnea?

There are millions of people in the U.S. who snore chronically, even though they don’t have sleep apnea. There are millions more who have sleep apnea, but don’t realize that their condition is anything more than just snoring. Because snoring is a significant part of sleep apnea, the two are often confused and mistaken for… Read more »