At this time of year, I am often asked if I think Santa Claus might have obstructive sleep apnea? For years I have enjoyed a close working relationship with the gentleman and his elves. I cannot say for certain that he has sleep apnea. I do remember that on one Christmas day, a daughter of mine did not receive the gift she was sure Santa would not forget, but did.
Forgetfulness can be a sign of […]
What’s the best way to lose weight? Pumping iron, riding a bicycle, walking or running on a treadmill, hiking, or just following any diet fad of the day?
These are all good ways but they’re all wrong according to a post by the National Sleep Foundation. Because real, successful, sustainable weight loss comes from achieving excellence in a completely unexpected realm: the bedroom.
Works for me! How about you?
No, it’s not about how much love making you […]
During this holiday season in particular, many of you will find yourselves worn down, tired and stressed to the max just finishing your duties. Racing around trying to create perfect holiday memories for family, friends and coworkers can result in you seriously depleting your bank account, but also your sleep account.
If you don’t take care of yourself and monitor the number of hours you sleep, it’s easy to suffer tiredness, stress and a lower quality […]
One in five fatal accidents involve an overly tired driver, according to new research published by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. AAA claims that these results confirm what safety experts have long suspected: the amount of drowsy driving in the U.S. is much greater than official statistics.
There are a lot of factors that cause driver fatigue. One of those is sleep apnea. We recognize the dangers involved and help treat patients with snoring and […]
Are you being bugged to join a dance class for exercise? Something like Hip Hop, Zumba, Pole dancing, or even Bollywood and you don’t feel like it. Aside from the fact that you feel as though you have two left feet, you may have a valid reason for feeling this way. A reason that you can use as an excuse the next time you are asked to join a dance exercise session.
The scientifically valid answer…