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Long-Term Effects of Using a CPAP Machine

Sleep Apnea Oxygen Mask Equipment And CPAP Machine
May 15th, 2022

For many patients, CPAP machines aren’t worth the trouble. They are bulky and uncomfortable, and can cause problems sleeping all on their own. If it seems like you feel worse after using your CPAP machine all night, you’re not imagining it – people often face not only short-term problems using a CPAP, but long-term issues […]

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6+ Things You Should Know About Snoring

tired exhausted stressed woman snoring
April 15th, 2022

Does your partner snore? Have you been told that you snore? It’s an issue that can mean less sleep (for everyone in the house), and it can also mean there are serious underlying health issues that should be addressed. Read on for some things you may not know about snoring. Snoring facts 1. Snoring is simply […]

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The Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Sleepy man with insomnia
March 15th, 2022

Getting good sleep is an important part of enjoying life – it is difficult to work hard, play hard, and make the most out of every day if you are tired all the time. And if you consistently have a problem sleeping, it can indicate that you have a serious health problem that should be […]

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Treating Sleep Problems Without CPAP

Three pieces of mouthpieces
February 14th, 2022

It is no wonder that many people stop using their CPAP machine – they can be uncomfortable, difficult to sleep in, hard to clean, and a huge hassle to travel with. The good news is that if you have sleep apnea, you can be treated without CPAP, with oral appliance therapy from eos dental sleep! What is […]

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Is smoking to blame for your sleep problems?

Close up young man smoking a cigarette
January 15th, 2022

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? […]

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3 Reasons to Deal With Your Sleep Apnea Today

Woman sleeps peacefully thanks to the bite plate that protects her teeth from bruxism.
December 15th, 2021

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 […]

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Pregnancy and Sleep Problems

November 15th, 2021

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 […]

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What causes nasal congestion?

Sinus pain, sinusitis. Sad man holding his nose, black and white photo with red sore zone
October 15th, 2021

Having a stuffy nose can interfere with every aspect of your life – from concentrating at work to eating. It can especially affect how you sleep – just making it tough to sleep or causing you to  snore loudly. So, what causes nasal congestion, what can you do about it, and when should you see […]

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Can allergies be the reason you snore?

View Of Tired Young Man Snoring While Deep Sleeping In Bed
September 15th, 2021

Fall is just around the corner, and for some that means pumpkin spice lattes and walks in the woods to watch the leaves change colors. For others, that means endless sniffling and sneezing – spring is not the only time for allergies. Read on for some more information about allergies and snoring.  Allergies and snoring […]

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5 Things You Should Know About Oral Appliances

Cpap for Sleep Apnea on Woman in Bedroom
August 15th, 2021

If you suffer from a sleep disorder such as obstructive sleep apnea, your doctor may have recommended a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine. And if you’ve tried one, you may have found it uncomfortable to sleep in, difficult to travel with, and a hassle to keep clean. However, there is a much better alternative […]

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