The Link Between Depression and Sleep Apnea
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by Marc Levin
2w ago
Have you been struggling with depression? Although there are many things that can cause depression, you should also be aware that there is a link between depression and sleep apnea, a serious sleep problem. What Is Sleep Apnea? In patients with sleep apnea, breathing is disrupted during sleep – this can happen hundreds of times during the night without you even realizing it. This, of course, makes it hard to get quality sleep, and you may find it difficult to get through the next day because you are simply exhausted. You may also have dry mouth or sore throat, morning headaches, and diffi ..read more
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Is Your Christmas Tree Making You Snore?
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by Marc Levin
1M ago
Does it seem like, around this time of year every year, you seem to snore more loudly and more intensely? Or maybe you only seem to snore around the holidays and no other time of year? Have you considered that it may be because of your Christmas tree? Should you stop getting a Christmas tree? Having either a live tree or a fake one could be causing your snoring or making it worse. A live tree can quickly and dramatically increase the level of mold in your home, and a fake tree may have dust, mold, or other debris on it. The bottom line is that you may be bringing allergens into your ..read more
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Does your partner snore?
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by henley.tabal
2M ago
Does your partner snore? It might not bother them as they peacefully sleep right through it – but it can sure bother you! You probably wonder, as you lie awake listening to their snores, if there is some way you can help them to stop snoring. Read on for some tips to help them stop snoring and to help you get a good night’s sleep. Let them know they snore It may be impossible to believe, but some people don’t know they snore. Just telling your partner they snore is a great first step toward finding a solution. Consider why they snore There can be many different reasons why your partner mi ..read more
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Is your CPAP machine hurting your teeth?
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by henley.tabal
3M ago
If you have sleep apnea, there are many reasons why you shouldn’t just ignore it. However, for many people who use a CPAP machine for their sleep apnea, they find that the treatment is as bad as the problem. There can be many disadvantages to using a CPAP machine, and one of these is that your machine could be doing damage to your teeth. How your CPAP machine could affect your oral health Sleep apnea is a serious condition in which your airway narrows while you sleep, preventing enough oxygen from getting into your system. This can happen several times throughout the night, and your brain ..read more
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Are you ready to ditch the CPAP?
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by henley.tabal
4M ago
CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines can work wonders for people with sleep apnea, by increasing the airway pressure and helping them to breathe properly as they sleep. However, any benefits of a CPAP machine might be quickly cancelled out by all of the negatives that come along with CPAP. Read on for your options if you are ready to ditch the CPAP! CPAP problems With its bulky mask and hose that keep you tethered to the base as you try to sleep, the list of reasons people don’t like to use a CPAP machine can get pretty long: • It may be difficult getting used to wearing it ..read more
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Can eating earlier prevent snoring?
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by henley.tabal
6M ago
If you snore, you might be willing to try anything to get a better night’s sleep. How about trying something extremely easy that might have very positive results? You might want to consider eating your dinner earlier to stop your snoring and to help you to get a better night’s sleep. Why would eating earlier make a difference? There is not a lot of formal research into it, but many people are finding that if they stop eating at least 4 hours before they go to bed (and only eat a light meal then), it helps to reduce snoring. There are some thoughts as to why going to bed with a full stomac ..read more
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Is it time to see a sleep specialist?
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by henley.tabal
7M ago
There are some things you know you should get help for right away – a broken tooth, a broken pipe, a car that won’t start. For other things, though, it can be difficult to tell when you should get help. For instance, sleep problems, such as snoring – you may think that whatever sleep issue you are having will go away on its own over time. But what if it doesn’t? When is it time to see a sleep specialist? What is a sleep specialist? A sleep specialist is a doctor who is specially trained in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. Sleep psychologists, who focus on behavioral and menta ..read more
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Is smoking to blame for your sleep problems?
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by henley
1y ago
You are probably tired of everyone – from your boss to your mother – nagging you to quit smoking. However, the list of reasons to quit just keeps on growing. If you’ve been having problems sleeping, you should know that this is one more thing that may be caused by smoking. How does smoking affect sleep? You may think that the nicotine in cigarettes would help you to fall asleep, since nicotine is known for helping people to relax and for reducing anxiety (which is probably why you smoke in the first place). However, nicotine is actually a stimulant, which can lead to sleep problems. It ca ..read more
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3 Reasons to Deal With Your Sleep Apnea Today
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by henley
1y ago
You may be putting off dealing with your sleep apnea – maybe you’ve heard horror stories about CPAP machines and how difficult they can be for some people to use. However, there are some very good reasons why you should deal with your sleep issues as soon as you can. Read on in case you need some extra encouragement to make an appointment to get help at eos dental sleep! 3 reasons to get help now 1. If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea (or just suspect you may have it), you may think it is, at most, an inconvenience. However, sleep apnea that is left untreated can lead to seriou ..read more
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Pregnancy and Sleep Problems
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by henley
1y ago
When you are pregnant, there is always something new happening to your body. Suddenly you’ll have bad heartburn every night (no matter what you eat), your shoes won’t fit anymore, or you’ll notice that your belly button goes from an inney to an outey. Perhaps most concerning (and annoying), though, is the changes you’ve noticed in your sleep patterns.  Why would my sleep change because I’m pregnant? Hormones seem to be the cause of many sleep problems during pregnancy. An increase in pregnancy hormones can give you a bad case of nasal congestion, as more estrogen and progesterone causes t ..read more
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