Category: Sleep Apnea

What to Remember About Having Sleep Apnea

One of the biggest problems with overcoming sleep apnea is that many patients who have it don’t know that they do. While some of the symptoms of it may be obvious, such as chronic loud snoring, they don’t always make sleep apnea itself obvious. In fact, patients can often experience it for years before finally… Read more »

Why Sleep Apnea Could Be Something to Worry About

Unless you know you have sleep apnea, the seemingly minor and disconnected things that could point to it might not seem like much to worry about. Sure, you snore a lot, but so do a lot of people. You might feel tired faster every day, but most people might not begin to worry until their… Read more »

Sleep Apnea And Caffeine: 3 Details To Remember

You may not make all of the connections to your lifestyle decisions that you need to make right off the bat when it comes to addressing sleep apnea. You know, of course, that professionally provided sleep apnea treatment is a wonderful tool to help you sleep. However, when it comes to things as simple as… Read more »

Is Your Significant Other Struggling with Sleep Apnea?

Do you frequently wake up in the middle of the night, not because of your own struggles sleeping but because of your loved one’s loud snoring? Snoring can be a nuisance for an entire family, particularly while traveling or in tight quarters. Unfortunately, it can also be indication of a much bigger problem, namely Obstructive… Read more »

What Can You Do About Sleep Apnea?

In a recent post, we looked at three different ways that untreated obstructive sleep apnea can have a serious negative impact on your health. Not only can it cause or exacerbate emotional and psychological issues like anxiety and depression, it can put you at a dramatically higher risk for cardiovascular problems. In addition, untreated sleep… Read more »