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Why You Shouldn’t Just Sleep Apart from a Snoring Partner

We all know that a partner’s snoring is one of the hardest things to adapt to when sharing a bed with someone. Their snoring can potentially rob you of significant amounts of sleep to the point that you think the best solution is sleeping apart. However, a new study shows many [...]

Traveling with an Oral Appliance Is Easy

If you are looking forward to getting out and traveling this summer, now is the time to be planning your trips. For those with sleep apnea, that means planning how to treat sleep apnea while you travel. If you like to travel, you should consider {{{{link id='50345' text='oral appliance therapy' esc_html='false'}}}}. [...]

Nightlase: An Effective Way to Reduce Snoring

Snoring is common, but it can be problematic. Snoring makes sleeping hard for people in the same bed, room, or even house. It can also be a health problem. Of course, snoring is commonly linked to {{{{link id='50343' text='sleep apnea' esc_html='false'}}}}. But even if a person has simple snoring without sleep [...]

Waiting on CPAP? Consider Oral Appliance Therapy

CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) can be a highly effective treatment for sleep apnea. However, it’s not for everyone. Right now, even the people who adapt well to CPAP are having trouble with the treatment because of a nationwide shortage of CPAP machines. Worse, many people are unable to start CPAP [...]

When Should You Be Concerned About a Headache?

Have you ever experienced a headache that felt like some of the worst pain you’ve ever experienced? Or perhaps you experience a headache almost every day of the week. Whatever situation you might have experienced, you may have wondered when you should be concerned about a headache. Should you visit the ER? [...]

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