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Five Lessons from a “No-Cost Solution” to Sleep Apnea

As sleep apnea becomes more commonly known, it’s not surprising that it receives greater news coverage. This is generally a positive thing: the more people who are aware of sleep apnea, the more people who can get treatment for this potentially deadly condition. One provocative piece that surfaced recently on the [...]

By |November 2nd, 2022|CPAP, Sleep Apnea, Snoring|Comments Off on Five Lessons from a “No-Cost Solution” to Sleep Apnea

Why Have You Suddenly Started Snoring?

For many people, the realization that they’re snorers comes as a shock. Snoring is something other people do, not them, and now their whole self-image is shaken. Not only that, but the realization may come to threaten their relationship, whether it’s a new romance or a long-established marriage. That’s right, people [...]

By |August 3rd, 2022|Snoring|Comments Off on Why Have You Suddenly Started Snoring?

CU Anschutz Researches Technique to Improve Sleep in Active-Duty Military and Veterans

Sleep is essential to the fitness of our fighting soldiers. In fact, it’s one part of the performance triad that the army recommends its soldiers observe to maintain battle fitness.  It’s also essential to help veterans adapt to civilian life and enjoy a good quality of life after their tours of duty. Unfortunately, sleep [...]

By |October 6th, 2021|Sleep Apnea, Snoring|Comments Off on CU Anschutz Researches Technique to Improve Sleep in Active-Duty Military and Veterans

Can Weight Loss Help You Stop Snoring?

You might think that an overweight Santa snoring away after a long night of indulging in cookies is a cute addition to a cartoon, but snoring can often indicate a much bigger problem going on. Oftentimes, snoring is actually a direct result of carrying too much weight. Carrying excess weight can [...]

By |December 1st, 2020|Snoring|Comments Off on Can Weight Loss Help You Stop Snoring?

Considering Divorce Over Snoring

If you are a snorer, you might be tempted to not take it too seriously. But if you don’t, you need to be prepared for potentially serious consequences. And here we’re not just talking about the risks related to sleep apnea. Although these are serious, they are not the only Dangers of Snoring Denver

By |June 23rd, 2020|Snoring|Comments Off on Considering Divorce Over Snoring

How to Tell If Snoring Comes from Your Nose

We’ve talked before about how there are many potential sources of snoring, such as your nose, your mouth, or your throat. Figuring out which is the source of your snoring is critical to ensuring you get relief from your snoring.  But how can you identify the source of your [...]

By |July 24th, 2019|Snoring|Comments Off on How to Tell If Snoring Comes from Your Nose

Snoring, Impacts Dominated Top 10 Health Concerns in 2017

Welcome to 2018. Now that 2017 is behind us, it’s a great time to look back at the year that was and consider its impacts. Enter all the year-end retrospectives, some of which are more interesting than others (top 10 retractions, anyone? Anyone?) One of the more interesting lists that came out at the end [...]

By |January 4th, 2018|Sleep Apnea, Snoring|Comments Off on Snoring, Impacts Dominated Top 10 Health Concerns in 2017

Snoring Rate May Help Predict Sleep Apnea

Snoring is a common symptom of sleep apnea, and for loved ones in the presence of a snorer the term “snoring threshold” has a figurative meaning as well as a medical one. A literal snoring threshold that gauges snoring instances could prove valuable in assessing sleep disorders. A recent study suggests home-based screening of this [...]

By |July 28th, 2016|Home Care, Sleep Apnea, Snoring|Comments Off on Snoring Rate May Help Predict Sleep Apnea

Bad Morning Breath Could Indicate Sleep Apnea

Having a little bit of morning breath is normal and may not be a cause for alarm, but if you’ve noticed that your morning breath has gotten worse, or if it’s gotten more common and you can’t improve it, then you might want to consider it might be related to sleep apnea. Linking [...]

By |December 23rd, 2015|Sleep Apnea, Snoring|Comments Off on Bad Morning Breath Could Indicate Sleep Apnea

Improve Your Sleep with These Healthy Foods

Choosing to consciously change certain habits can help you manage your sleep apnea and rest more deeply at night. One way to improve your sleep is by working anti-inflammatory foods into your diet. Throughout the day, you can encounter foods, air quality, stress, and other factors that can increase inflammation in your throat [...]

By |June 3rd, 2015|Sleep Apnea, Snoring|Comments Off on Improve Your Sleep with These Healthy Foods
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