1. I’m Always Tired

    "Not getting enough sleep can be dangerous...”   Always tired? How sleep apnea and snoring can cause sleep deprivation Sleep apnea and snoring cause sleep deprivation, but this confuses many people at first. After all, how can somebody be tired after sleeping for the recommended number of hours? …Read More

  2. I’m Depressed

    "A shortage of sleep can lead to depression.”  The relationship between depression and snoring or sleep apnea Lack of sleep has long been known to be a risk factor for depression. A night of poor sleep can ruin anyone's mood, but long-term sleep loss can also cause more serious mood disruption.…Read More

  3. My Job Performance is Down

    "You can't function properly when you are deprived of your sleep.” Job performance down? How sleep deprivation affects your function Working while sleep deprived is a drain on everybody involved. For the exhausted employee, it can turn even the most enjoyable work into pure drudgery. For the emplo…Read More

  4. My Social Life is in the Trash

    "Sleep apnea can lead to problems in your relationship.”  Is your social life in the trash? How sleep deprivation can cause relationship problems Sleep apnea and snoring can hurt relationships as well as health and overall quality of life. The stress of the situation can erode a relationship over…Read More

  5. Lack of Sleep and Safety

    Feeling sleepy all the time? Perhaps its sleep apnea Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder which can cause extreme fatigue due to sleep loss and can affect many areas of your life, including driving, relationships and the onset of depression. Driving while tired is an established risk factor for being inv…Read More

  6. What is Sleep Apnea?

    According to the American Academy of Sleep Dentistry, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) interferes with the daily lives of over 25 million Americans every year, resulting in breathing problems that make it hard for you or your loved ones to fall asleep. If drugstore snoring aids and at-home snoring reme…Read More

  7. Sleep Apnea Can Kill You

    Sleep apnea robs you of the oxygen you need to live. Get treated before it's too late Sleep is meant to be a period of restoration for the mind and body. Normal sleep includes a drop in blood pressure, a release of growth hormone and overall rejuvenation for the coming day. When sleep apnea is prese…Read More

  8. Sleep Deprivation and Depression

    The link between sleep deprivation and depression Anyone who doesn't get enough rest know all too well what it feels like to be always tired. Sleep deprivation, whether it comes from insomnia, stress, a busy life or a sleep disorder such as sleep apnea or snoring, can be more serious than slugging …Read More