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6 Tips for Managing Your Sleep Apnea When Traveling

August 7, 2022

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CPAP mask for sleep apneaIf you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you understand the effects a good night’s rest can have on your health and wellness. You rely on your CPAP to prevent breathing disturbances while sleeping to wake up in the morning feeling your best. It’s easy to commit to your treatment plan when you’re at home, but traveling can make it a little more difficult to commit to your nightly routine. Whether you’re heading out of town for business or leisure, here are 6 tips to make traveling with sleep apnea a breeze. 


Women with Sleep Apnea May Have a Higher Cancer Risk

July 14, 2022

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young woman looking concerned

Sleep apnea and cancer are two very serious conditions on their own, and according to a study recently published in Europe, they could be connected—particularly for women. What is the relationship between the two, and as a woman, what can you do to keep yourself safe and well-rested? Let’s look at the data together.


Does Sleep Apnea Ever Go Away?

June 24, 2022

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Airway comparison with sleep apneaObstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a condition that occurs when the upper airway narrows while sleeping. The obstruction causes frequent pauses in breathing throughout the night. Not only does this interrupt your sleep quality, but it can lead to several serious health conditions without any treatment, like cardiovascular disease. Unfortunately, sleep apnea will not go away on its own. You can take certain steps at home to improve your symptoms, but they aren’t a substitute for sleep apnea therapy.


A Few Ways Cell Phone Use Harms Your Sleep

May 31, 2022

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woman looking at phone in bed

There are a lot of great things about cell phones  – they keep us connected to loved ones and make it easier to get from here to there. But we also know there are some downsides to cell phones in Denver, and interrupting the quality of your sleep is one big one. Keep reading to find out more about how all that scrolling may be causing you to feel tired throughout the day. 


The Importance of The Different Stages of Sleep

April 4, 2022

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Woman with sleeping eye mask.

It might not seem like it, but there’s a lot going on inside your body when you go to bed. Every night, your brain needs to cycle through 4 distinct stages of sleep for you to receive the benefits of a good night’s rest. However, things like sleep apnea can interfere with this! Here’s what you need to know about these different stages of sleep and why uninterrupted sleep is so valuable and essential to your overall health.


How Keeping a Sleep Diary Can Help Diagnose Sleep Apnea

March 25, 2022

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person writing in notebook on bed

A sleep diary is a written record that you keep of your sleep patterns and habits. It requires just a little bit of effort on your end, and it can give your dentist or doctor a wealth of information about what may be causing you to get low-quality sleep. If you have been feeling excessively sleepy during the day, or just can’t seem to get a solid night of uninterrupted zzz’s, keep reading to learn more about why keeping a sleep diary in Denver may be a good idea. 


4 Tips for Cleaning Your Oral Appliance

February 17, 2022

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Hand holding oral appliance for sleep apneaIf you are ready to cut ties with your CPAP, or you’re new to sleep apnea therapy, an oral appliance is an effective solution to breathe better. The custom-fit device holds your tongue and lower jaw in a comfortable position to stop interruptions in breathing caused by obstructive sleep apnea. Your oral appliance can last for years depending on how well you care for it. Here are 4 tips for cleaning your oral appliance to protect your investment.


Recalled CPAP? Try Oral Appliance Therapy

January 27, 2022

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Sleeping woman using a CPAP machineIf you need a CPAP machine to treat your sleep apnea, Philips has been a trusted brand for decades. Unfortunately, 2 million people just learned their BiPAP and CPAP machines have been recalled. If your Philips Respironics device is on the list, you’re left with a tough decision. Do you continue using your CPAP or go without any treatment until your replacement arrives? You don’t have to lose sleep at night because you have another option. An oral appliance can be just what you need to breathe easier without risking your health.


Can Essential Oils Help with Sleep Apnea?

November 9, 2021

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selection of essential oils on table

Millions of Americans suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The disorder causes frequent pauses in breathing while you sleep. Although one interruption may not be a problem on its own, multiple can prevent you from getting the rest your mind and body needs. Luckily, there’s a way you can alleviate your symptoms. Aside from seeking professional treatment, essential oils have proven to be an excellent way to treat sleep apnea. Read on as we explain how they help with the condition and share which ones are ideal for better sleep.


Can Sleep Apnea Cause Brain Damage?

October 8, 2021

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Hand pointing to brain scanDid you know at least 22 million Americans have moderate-to-severe sleep apnea? Although it’s common, at least 80% of people aren’t diagnosed. If you suspect you have sleep apnea, you don’t want to ignore the issue. Chronic snoring and daytime fatigue aren’t the only concerns of skipping treatment. One study found over 18 years, people with untreated sleep apnea were 3 times more likely to die when compared to those without the disorder. Sadly, the risks don’t stop there. A recent study found the breathing-related disorder can lead to brain damage and memory loss. Thankfully, you can safeguard your brain health with sleep apnea therapy.


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