Sleep Apnea Harms Memory and Critical Thinking

May 16, 2024

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. While many are aware of the physical health risks associated with sleep apnea, such as heart disease and high blood pressure, fewer realize the negative effects it can have on cognitive function, memory, and critical...Read More

What is Core Sleep?

May 1, 2024

Quality sleep is a vital component of overall health and well-being, with research showing that getting enough quality sleep is essential for physical and mental health. In scientific terms, core sleep refers to the deep, restorative sleep that occurs during the first half of the night when the bod...Read More

Sleep and Subjective Age... How Old Do You Feel?

April 16, 2024

In our fast-paced world, sleep often takes a backseat to the demands of work, family, and social life. Yet, emerging research from Stockholm University sheds light on just how crucial quality sleep is for our overall well-being. It’s not just about feeling rested; it’s about feeling you...Read More

Sleep Positions for Sleep Apnea

April 1, 2024

If you suffer from sleep apnea, paying attention to your sleeping position can maximize your comfort and improve your breathing during the night. While there are several different sleeping positions, some are better for individuals with sleep apnea than others.Side SleepingOne of the best s...Read More

Should You Use a Sleep Diary?

March 18, 2024

If you’re struggling with sleep, keeping a sleep diary can help identify patterns and habits that could be affecting your quality of rest.What is a Sleep Diary?A sleep diary is a record of your sleep patterns and habits over a period of time. By tracking various aspects of your daily...Read More

Hypersomnia vs Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

March 5, 2024

Hypersomnia and chronic fatigue syndrome are both disorders that can cause excessive daytime sleepiness and impact a person’s ability to function normally. However, they are distinct conditions with different causes and symptoms. Let’s explore the differences between hypersomnia and chr...Read More

CPAP Rainout and How to Avoid It

February 20, 2024

CPAP rainout, also known as condensation in the CPAP tubing, is a common issue that many CPAP users face. This occurs when the humidified air from the CPAP machine cools as it travels through the tubing, causing water droplets to form and potentially reach the mask. Not only is this uncomfortable f...Read More

Morning Light is Your Gateway to Better Sleep and Mental Well-being

February 8, 2024

When the alarm rings, hitting the snooze button might feel tempting, but it can disrupt your sleep-wake cycle. Instead, establishing a morning routine that includes exposure to light can promote better sleep. Morning light helps set your body’s internal clock, also known as the circadian rhyt...Read More

Enroll in our Obstructive Sleep Apnea Clinical Study

January 30, 2024

What if there was another way to manage your sleep apnea?One pill a night may be an option in the future. Consider joining our Sleep Apnea Clinical Study today.Obstructive Sleep Apnea Clinical Study – Now EnrollingObstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common and serious sleep disorder...Read More

Prioritizing Sleep for Better Brain Health as You Age

January 17, 2024

As we age, it’s common to believe that poor sleep is an unavoidable side effect. However, recent research presented at the Gerontological Society of America conference in November 2023 suggests that sleep disruptions impact not only physical health but have additional implications for cogniti...Read More

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