A lot of what we do when we’re young can catch up to us later in life. Tanning, for example, can cause skin cancer and premature aging. Not taking care of our teeth can cause cavities and the need for restorations (not to mention replacing those restorations), and sports injuries […]

With an estimated 5.8 million Americans suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease, researchers are racing to find a cure for this terminal illness. While there is no one cause, however, finding a cure or preventing Alzheimer’s has proven difficult. One cause we do know about is sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a […]

Are you trying to conceive with no success? Infertility is a serious issue that affects approximately 15 percent of couples across the globe. The inability to conceive can be emotionally and mentally exhausting for many people. Unfortunately, infertility can often go unexplained. Infertility can occur in either partner of a […]

Isn’t technology amazing? In many of our lifetimes, we have seen the birth of the internet, smartphones, robots that can vacuum our floors, and even smart devices that respond to our voices and answer questions, play music, and place shopping orders for us. One such smart device is Amazon’s Alexa. […]

Do you feel lethargic or sleepy during the day? Do you find yourself needing frequent naps or struggling to stay awake when it’s not appropriate, but you’re not sure why? While there are a number of reasons this could be happening, one reason is a condition known as sleep apnea. […]

There are many conditions associated with sleep apnea, including depression, high blood pressure, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s disease. But there are also many lesser-known conditions that not only can be related to sleep apnea but can help diagnose it, too. One such condition is one called floppy eyelid syndrome. While […]

Sleep apnea. It can cause a long list of problems from medical conditions to depression and more. But it can also cause another problem at its most basic level: snoring. According to The Sleep Foundation, snoring affects an estimated 90 million Americans, 37 million of whom snore on a regular […]

A new study shows that the aerosolization produced by CPAP machines may make it easier to contract COVID-19.