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Is Sleep As Important As Diet?

By Kendra Hackenberg, Certified Sleep Consultant

Childhood obesity is a huge public health issue, and kids who are obese grow into obese adults, and I’m sure I don’t need to tell ... Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea and Impaired Oral Function: How Dentistry Relates to Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

The body prioritizes for its survival, as illustrated in the CPR (cardio-pulmonary-resuscitation) sequence of airway (A), breathing (B) and circulation (C). This sequence is active ... Continue Reading

4 Tips Sleeping Tips For Your Baby

By Kendra Hackenberg, Certified Sleep Consultant

“What should be done eventually, must be done immediately.” This was a quote from a college athletics administrator about why he was firing a football ... Continue Reading

Sleep Disordered Breathing in Children

By Sheri Salartash, DDS, FAGD

Every child should be screened for sleep disordered breathing and every parent needs to understand what to look for to assess their child for improper ... Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea and Related Breathing Disorders The Dentist’s Role In Management and Treatment

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Obstructive sleep apnea, usually characterized by severe snoring is now recognized as a life threatening disorder associated with higher rates of stroke and heart attack ... Continue Reading

A New Solution For Sleep Apnea

By Eskender Beyene, MD, FCCP

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious and highly prevalent disease characterized by the repetitive collapse of the upper airway during sleep. It occurs when ... Continue Reading

Women, Sleep Apnea, Menopause, Airway, Posture and More Part 2

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Part 2 During the menopause period we see posture changes in women involving an increase in curvature of the lower neck and upper back area. ... Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea and Women

By Alice Charland Bassford, DMD, MAGD

Sleep apnea occurs when the airway becomes obstructed or collapses while asleep, resulting in an apnea, or a pause in breathing. This condition occurs exclusively ... Continue Reading

5 Ways To Fight Sweets Cravings

By Louis S. Crivelli, II, DC

It’s normal to crave something sweet now and then, especially during the summer months. Humans are hardwired to seek sweet tastes and when the weather ... Continue Reading

New Treatment For Sleep Apnea

By Eskender Beyene, MD, FCCP

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious and highly prevalent disease characterized by the repetitive collapse of the upper airway during sleep. It occurs when ... Continue Reading
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