With the pandemic still raging, it’s hard to turn on the news or go on social media and not hear anything about COVID-19. Whether it’s new infection rates, new mutations of the virus, or some other data, the coverage of this sometimes-deadly virus has left many of us stressed and […]

When you have sleep apnea, naturally you want to do everything you can to make your sleep apnea better, not worse. This may include treatment options such as sleep orthotics or CPAP therapy, or it can include lifestyle changes that may not eliminate symptoms altogether, but that can seriously reduce […]

It’s been a long year and a half, and many of us are ready to get back to life as usual. With the widespread availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, many Americans are beginning to be more social, gathering together with friends, seeing movies, visiting family, and taking vacations. But before […]

With the COVID-19 pandemic still a huge problem around the world, there are many people looking to find ways to reduce their risk of catching the virus, and looking to lessen its severity if they do catch it. Vaccines, hand washing, mask-wearing, and social distancing are all doing their parts […]

In the past year, we have learned a lot about the COVID-19 virus and what it does to the body while you have it. Unfortunately for some, there appear to be lingering side effects that continue long after the virus has left the body, including lung damage, and in some […]

By now, most of us have heard the warning signs of an imminent infection of COVID-19. Fatigue, loss of sense of taste and smell, sore throat. But a new symptom is being reported in Europe that we may want to be on the lookout for in the United States. It’s […]

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic, health experts have urged us to practice social distancing, increase hand washing, and to wear masks. But for some people with temporomandibular joint dysfunction, wearing a mask can be uncomfortable or downright painful. Unfortunately, while not wearing a mask is not recommended or […]

Cold and flu season is here, not to mention the global coronavirus pandemic that has changed the way we live. But while many of us have read articles and watched the news and know the dangers of these illnesses, doctors are discovering a new way that illnesses like COVID-19 and […]

With the winter cold and flu season headed our way and the country still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are doing all they can to stay healthy. From extra handwashing to the use of sanitizers and face coverings, taking extra measures to stay safe during the […]

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder which affects an estimated 22 million Americans. Persons with sleep apnea struggle to breathe regularly while sleeping, stopping and restarting repeatedly throughout the night. This can be caused by genetics or obesity and is generally the result of a restricted airway. This restriction […]