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Sleep Apnea During Pregnancy Leads to Higher Blood Sugar

For pregnant women, controlling blood sugar is an important way to stay healthy. Women with higher blood sugar during pregnancy are more likely to develop diabetes, and their babies are more likely to be obese. Unfortunately, a new study shows that sleep apnea during pregnancy can lead to higher blood sugar all [...]

By |April 3rd, 2019|Sleep Apnea|Comments Off on Sleep Apnea During Pregnancy Leads to Higher Blood Sugar

7 Things That Could Be Causing You to Wake with a Sore Jaw

If you wake up with a sore jaw in the morning, there might be a simple solution, or it might be a sign of serious, even deadly health problems. How can you tell? The best way is to see a TMJ dentist who can eliminate some of the more serious causes. But [...]

By |March 20th, 2019|Bruxism, TMJ|Comments Off on 7 Things That Could Be Causing You to Wake with a Sore Jaw

Does Sleep Apnea Make You Older?

No matter what anyone tells you, age is not just a number. Sure, we may have our chronological age, which is just a simple number, but in truth we all also have a biological age, which is much more than a number. Instead, it’s a complex manifestation of how our body is aging. Some factors [...]

By |March 6th, 2019|Sleep Apnea|Comments Off on Does Sleep Apnea Make You Older?

Shoveling Snow Giving You a Literal Headache? We Can Help

This year has been a relatively heavy one for snow along the Front Range. It took a while to get started, but once the sky opened up, we’ve had fairly heavy snowfalls every couple weeks. And with the traditionally snowiest months of March and April still to come, it looks like your shoveling arms are [...]

By |February 13th, 2019|Headache|Comments Off on Shoveling Snow Giving You a Literal Headache? We Can Help

How to Switch from CPAP to a Mouthguard for Sleep Apnea

Because CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) has long been considered the “gold standard” for sleep apnea treatment, it’s commonly prescribed as a frontline treatment. However, many people find that they can’t adapt to CPAP. This puts many people in the situation where they have to learn to transition from [...]

By |January 30th, 2019|CPAP, Mouthguards, Oral Appliance|Comments Off on How to Switch from CPAP to a Mouthguard for Sleep Apnea
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