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Sleepy? It’s Probably Time to Get Tested for Sleep Disorders

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The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more than 100 million people around the world have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a condition where breathing pauses during sleep due to a narrowed or partly blocked airway. In the United States, OSA is estimated to affect one in four men and one in nine women. Several studies… [Read More]

You May Think You’re Sleeping, But You’re Not

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Some people can’t sleep, and some people are not sleeping—even when they think they are—such is the confounding nature of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a condition where breathing pauses during sleep due to a narrowed or partly blocked airway. It sneaks up on many people who only question their slumber when they are… [Read More]

Sleep Health Comes of Age

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In 1937, audiences laughed hysterically as Walt Disney’s seven dwarves snored mightily in various buzz saw tones. More than three quarters of a century later, it’s obvious that “Doc” should have sent every one of his diminutive companions to the sleep lab (I know, they didn’t exist) for a sleep test. Far from a laughing… [Read More]

Five Shocking Sleep Disorders You Might Not Know You Have

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While there are many well-known sleep maladies, a few fly under the radar. If you’re having trouble getting shut-eye, consider these 5 uncommon disorders. Of course, if you’re uncertain, please consult your physician. From Mini CPAP (manufacturer of the Transcend® CPAP machine), this guest blog will examine a handful of sleep disorders that aren’t well… [Read More]