Debunking Sleep Myths: Is Snoring Harmless?
You may think of this middle-of-the-night noise as a mere nuisance, but in some cases, snoring may be a sign of bigger health issues.
The Connection Between Weight and Sleep Apnea
Losing a few pounds is more than a vanity play—it could help reduce your risk of this debilitating health condition.
How Sleep Apnea Affects Blood Pressure
Experts now believe the relationship between the sleep disorder and high blood pressure is significant.
How to Spot OSA Snoring
Snoring is often a normal part of sleep. But sometimes, it can signal a more serious condition: Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Surgical Help for Sleep Apnea
Severe snoring can ruin your sleep—and can be a sign of an even more severe health problem. Surgical procedures are one of several treatment options that could provide relief.
Is Your Child’s Snoring A Sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Snoring is a normal part of sleep for many children. But in some cases, it could be a warning of something more serious. Here’s how to tell.
These Mouth Exercises May Help Stop Snoring
They may look and feel funny, but throat-strengthening moves may ease snoring and sleep apnea and make for quieter nights.
How to Spot Sleep Apnea Early
Certain physical features and lifestyle habits can raise your chances of having this common sleep disorder.
Have Sleep Apnea? Why You Shouldn't Put Off the Dentist
This common sleep issue doesn’t just make you tired—it can also cause some unexpected problems with your teeth. But the earlier you catch the issues, the easier they are to treat.
Is Sleep Apnea Linked With Heart Disease?
If you suspect that you or your partner may have sleep apnea, here’s what you need to know about how the sleep disorder can affect heart health.