Did you know that sticking your tongue out can be good for your health? This is particularly true for those diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea. Singing or playing a musical instrument, practicing yoga breathwork and aerobic movement are other useful sleep apnea exercises. Because we believe that good sleep is the foundation to better health,
It is estimated that more than 70 million people in the U.S. alone suffer from a sleep disorder—leading the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to declare sleep disorders a public health epidemic. After insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common of these disorders, affecting an estimated 22 million Americans. As Dr. Atul
Is there a correlation between sleep and happiness? Is it true that you swallow eight spiders per year? Should you really pull that all-nighter before your big exam? Sleep statistics don’t have be boring and dry. We dug up 10 fascinating facts that won’t put you to sleep. 1. Falling asleep should take 10 to 15
Traveling is usually a cause for excitement. (Okay, unless it’s a business trip or visiting the in-laws.) But no matter what has you on the road or in the air, the fact remains that you want to feel your best while you’re away from home. When you’re not sleeping well, you’re not at your best.
What’s the best way to treat obstructive sleep apnea symptoms while also looking like Bane from Batman? CPAP therapy, of course! Once you get over the fact that you sort of look like a notorious villain in your CPAP mask, you’ll find that CPAP therapy can make a huge difference in your sleep health and
Pop quiz: How many different types of sleep apnea are there? This is a challenging question, because one of them is so much more common than the others that it tends to dominate the discussion. You may not have even heard of the other two—one of them wasn’t discovered until 2004. Now that we’ve all