A new study from the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine reveals that women and men are affected very differently by sleep disorders.
A two-year study was conducted on 744 similar age patients who received sleep-related healthcare from seven private general practices. Patients were asked to complete a variety of sleep-related questionnaires in order to better understand their symptoms. Continue reading New Study Reveals That Sleep Disorders Affect Women and Men Very Differently
Studies show that there is a relationship between diabetes and hearing loss.
Research found that patients younger than 60 years of age living with diabetes had significantly worse hearing compared to patients without diabetes. Continue reading Can Diabetes Put You at Risk for Hearing Loss?
First Solar Eclipse Since 1979
On August 21, 2017, we will witness a total solar eclipse-a rare phenomenon that was last seen in the United States back in 1979.
According to people that witnessed the 1979 solar eclipse, they claim that the solar eclipse made animals act rare and just plain goofy. The sudden and complete darkness brought confusion to many animals. Barnyard animals thought it was nighttime and began to head back to the barn to rest and not to mention the birds in the sky stopped singing the morning tunes. And as the eclipse ended, roosters began to crow.
Continue reading Can The Solar Eclipse Be Harmful to Your Health?
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Kids and Sleep
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an average of one third of U.S. middle and high school aged children are not getting enough sleep-less than 8 hours on school nights to be exact. Sleep is essential for physical and mental rejuvenation in adults however, sleep is more critical for children. Continue reading Back-to-School Early Morning Time Start May Be Harmful To Your Child’s Health
Dental Implant Complications
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is commonly associated with sleep bruxism. Sleep bruxism is a condition in which a person clenches and or tightens their jaw during sleep causing excessive grinding of the teeth. Both conditions are linked to several health issues such as headaches, stress and dental issues. Continue reading New Study Shows Link Between Sleep Apnea and Dental Implant Complications
Iconic Figure Suffered from Sleep Apnea
Carrie Fisher will always be known to her adoring Star Wars fans as the beautiful princess Leia. Tragically on December 2016 the world mourned the loss of their iconic princess. Just yesterday we learned that the official cause of her untimely death was obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Continue reading The Death of Carrie Fisher Sheds Light on Sleep Apnea