Blog Posts - Sleep Apnea



Mouth Taping to Treat Snoring and Dry Mouth

A patient brought to my attention a Buteyko breathing method that involves taping the mouth shut before going to sleep to prevent mouth-opening and mouth-breathing. By preventing the mouth from opening while sleeping, it can prevent the mouth from dr...
by Fauquier ENT on May 25, 2016

How To Live Your Life With Diabetes

Diabetes is thought to be an incredibly serious disease that can cause many health issues or death. This article provides many useful tips on managing diabetes. Find healthier ways to indulge if you have diabetes.You don't have to eliminate sweets en...
by OBAT AMPUH on Jan 5, 2016

The 2016 100 — or — How to Build a Better Casey

I can’t even lie, guys — coming up with a list of 100 goals for the fourth year in a row was hard — ridiculously so. I’m a very different me than I was when The 2013 100 came out, back when free time was still an abundant commodity...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 3, 2016

The 2016 100 — or — How to Build a Better Casey

I can’t even lie, guys — coming up with a list of 100 goals for the fourth year in a row was hard — ridiculously so. I’m a very different me than I was when The 2013 100 came out, back when free time was still an abundant commodity...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jan 3, 2016

Living With Diabetes: What You Need To Know

There are two different types of diabetes, and both are capable of causing serious health problems. One of the most important steps you can take to manage your diabetes is to learn as much about the right information. This article can give you some h...
by OBAT AMPUH on Jan 2, 2016

Tips That May Help You Deal With Diabetes!

Diabetes is affected by much more than the prescription you to change your eating and sleeping habits and exercise more.Use these tips that are in this article to help you win the war against diabetes. Low glycemic index numbers are the best ones for...
by OBAT AMPUH on Dec 27, 2015

Diabetes Doesn’t Have To Control Your Life

A diagnosis of diabetes strikes fear in the heart of many people, though you should know that by gaining a good understanding of the illness, it is possible to deal with the condition successfully and enjoy a healthier life. Read this article to find...
by OBAT AMPUH on Dec 21, 2015

You Can Still Live A Happy Life With Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious medical condition which may lead to very bad health complications if it is not managed properly. This article has some very useful suggestions on managing diabetes. Almonds are excellent for handling those hunger urges and won't...
by OBAT AMPUH on Dec 14, 2015

Learn How To Control Your Diabetes With These Tips

It can be frightening to deal with diabetes, you may feel you are trapped by it. Simply follow these easy steps in order to see great results. Almonds are the perfect snack to eat between meals that will help to maintain normal levels of blood sugar.
by OBAT AMPUH on Dec 11, 2015

Diabetes Advice That All People Should Read

It can seem a full time chore just to manage diabetes, and that there is no other time for finding information about living well in spite of the disease. This article is packed with some fresh ways to help you manage your condition without losing you...
by OBAT AMPUH on Dec 11, 2015

Back to blogging. -- Up the nose

well, I did get my turbinates reduced.  Nice quick outpatient procedure.  For those of you not knowing the nose, the turbinates are two spongy bones that stick into the nasal passages.  The turbinates, also known as nasal concha, help,...
by Journey Through The Cortex on Dec 11, 2015

5 Tips Cegah Tidur Ngorok atau Mendengkur

Artikel ini hanya resume, selengkapnya silakan meluncur ke Dok Nasir Web. Kenyamanan tidur seringkali terganggu dengan adanya kebiasaan mendengkur atau snoring. Mendengkur/ngorok terjadi karena... [ Ini merupakan ringkasan artikel dari "dokter...
by Dokter Nasir @ Web on Sep 23, 2015

The Essential Plan To Overcome Sleeplessness And Fatigue

Welcome to the world of the “living dead.” Wherever you go, stimulant jacked up “zombies” running on fumes have you surrounded and could cause catastrophic harm. These “zombies” pose a real threat to your safety, but the risk is not one o...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 14, 2015

Round 2 on the Nose

I have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and have been noticing that I am sleeping with my mouth open.  This had lead to problems adjusting to the cpap machine.  I tried the full face mask to compensate for mouth breathing but it was way too...
by Journey Through The Cortex on Feb 24, 2015

July 9th, 2014 It Felt Doable For The First Time

July 9th, 2014 It Felt Doable For The First TimeToday was a good, solid, feel good kind of day. I ate well, I exercised and I accomplished a lot at work. I napped beautifully, good sleep napping. If you go back to January and read this post, you'll g...

June 12th, 2014 Not My First Rodeo

June 12th, 2014 Not My First RodeoMy decision to come home last night and nap turned out to be a very good one. I headed to the studio not long after posting last night's edition and didn't get in bed until after 3:30am. I was back up at 5am nursing...

Latest Study: Family is Key to CPAP Compliance

Interesting fact for people who use CPAP: the people who most likely complained that your snoring was out of control and nagged you to do something about it are actually the most important people when it comes to whether or not you continue to use CP...
by City of Sleep on Jun 9, 2014

Rate your Level of Exhaustion: The Berlin Questionnaire and Epworth Sleepiness Scale

Our ability to measure and compare comes in handy every now and then. Sports fanatics will compare great quarterbacks throughout the history of the NFL like Johnny Unitas, Joe Montana, Dan Marino, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. We weigh ourselves on a...
by City of Sleep on Jun 2, 2014

Add Sleep Apnea to the list

To say that this new diagnosis was a shock would be an understatement. Talk about denial, I went into the sleep lab a few weeks ago thinking that by doing these tests we could finally rule out the notion that I suffer from OSA. I told myself..No way...
by Breathinstephen on May 23, 2014

U.S. Approves First-of-Its-Kind Implant for Sleep Apnea

US regulators have approved a first-of-its-kind implant that can help ward off moderate to severe sleep apnea, a chronic disorder which affects up to 18 million Americans. Sleep apnea is a condition in which the breathing passage collapses or becomes...
by NamasteTelugu.Com on May 2, 2014


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