The uncertainty brought about by COVID-19 has increased many people’s stress levels, which has impacted the quality of their sleep at night. For some people, this means it’s also exacerbated their sleep apnea. Almost every aspect of our day-to-day life has been affected by the ongoing pandemic. Daily routines have been upended, forcing people to… Read More
Do you snore or know that your partner complains about your snoring? Snoring on its own is typically harmless. But it can be quite disruptive. However, for some people, it may be a sign of an underlying sleep disorder or a medical condition. Snoring is caused by restricted or blocked airflow to the upper airway… Read More
If you were diagnosed with sleep apnea, it’s likely that you may have already started a treatment plan. But part of what can make your treatment more successful is if you make lifestyle changes that adapt around your sleep apnea. Keep reading for 8 lifestyle changes to consider if you have sleep apnea! 1. If… Read More
This month, Chicago ENT’s own Dr. Michael Friedman gave several presentations at the American Academy of Otolaryngology’s Head and Neck Surgery annual conference. As a respected member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, Dr. Friedman is regularly asked to speak and present his research. As an expert lecturer, he discussed Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation Therapy. He… Read More
The second edition of the textbook, Sleep Apnea and Snoring: Surgical and Non-Surgical Therapy, edited by Chicago ENT medical director Dr. Michael Friedman and Dr. Ofer Jacobowitz is scheduled for release May 16, 2019.