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Posts With Category: ‘Sleep Apnea’

Why Are More People Avoiding CPAP for Sleep Solutions?

Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that affects millions of people in the U.S. and around the world. For a long time, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy has been considered the gold standard for treating sleep apnea. However, many people are now seeking CPAP alternatives for various reasons. EOS Dental Sleep can explain why more […]

September 15th, 2023
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What Causes Sleep Apnea?

As humans, sleep is one of the most important things for our health and well-being. When our sleep is jeopardized, there can be many complications that follow. While there are many sleeping disorders that people deal with, sleep apnea is one of the most common. Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that causes your breathing […]

August 15th, 2023
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The Warning Signs of Sleep Apnea

Millions of people struggle with sleep disorders. Sleep disorders can be mild or severe. Some sleep disorders are even deadly. If you can’t sleep during the night and often feel fatigued during the day, it is likely that you have a sleep disorder. In particular, if you struggle to breathe during your sleep, the sleep […]

June 15th, 2023
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TMJ and Sleep Apnea

Asian man using CPAP in his sleep
February 14th, 2023

If you have TMJ, you should know about the connection this condition has with sleep problems, including sleep apnea. Read on for more information about jaw pain and sleep issues, and how one device may be able to help you with both problems. What Is TMJ? “TMJ” serves as a catch-all term to describe disorders of […]

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The Link Between Depression and Sleep Apnea

Sad depressed woman suffering from insomnia
January 15th, 2023

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 […]

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Hidden Signs of Sleep Apnea

Tired man sleeping on bed with snore face at cozy home.
June 15th, 2022

You may know the obvious signs of obstructive sleep apnea – a condition where you often stop breathing while you sleep, which wakes you up several times a night (sometimes without you even realizing it). Loud snoring, being extremely tired all day even when you think you’ve had a full night’s sleep the night before, dry […]

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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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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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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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PTSD and Sleep Apnea

July 15th, 2021

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is very often seen in war veterans or first responders who have been through a traumatic situation, but it can affect your average, everyday person as well. After all, the definition of “trauma” is subjective. If you have PTSD, unfortunately, you may also be at risk for OSA – recent research […]

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