Posts Categorized: Snoring/Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Disrupts Your Night

You know the difference between a good night’s sleep and a bad one. There are a number of reasons that you may wake up feeling less rested than normal. If you experience chronic exhaustion, and it feels like no amount of sleep is ever enough for you, you may actually be suffering from a sleep… Read more »

Are You Getting Good Sleep?

As you get older and you adopt more responsibilities, you can let your sleep habits slip. If you have caffeine late in the day, or you’re dehydrated, or you simply aren’t getting enough hours of sleep, you may not feel your best. It may seem like feeling tired all the time is just part of… Read more »

Is Sleep Apnea Causing You Problems?

Everyone could stand to get a little more sleep every night. Ideally, we’d all find time to get a solid nine hours of rest each evening. However, that’s not realistic for most people. You’ve got a busy schedule and you have other people to care for, so extra sleep is tough to find. What’s important… Read more »

Sleep Apnea: More than a Snore

If you have a snoring problem, you may not even know it — that is, unless you sleep beside someone else. Most people find out they’re chronic snorers from a significant other or roommate. Other than being disruptive, snoring can seem like a benign problem, and it may be that. However, if you have sleep… Read more »

A Good Reason Not to Ignore Snoring

If you snore every once in a while, then it may not seem like any cause for alarm, so you might not focus much on learning why or how to stop. However, for some patients, the condition is more than it seems, and can indicate a disorder known as sleep apnea that can have significant… Read more »