Most of you would never think of hitting the wheel after a few drinks. You wouldn’t give a second thought to honking and shaking your fist to anyone speeding or looking down at their phones. But would you keep yourself from driving for being a bit too drowsy? When you’re just tired enough, and in […]
These two authors successfully adapted to the CPAP machine, unlike 50% to 80% of the population and good for them! However, it’s too bad they didn’t research and provide more information on the #1 alternative recommended treatment to CPAP, oral appliance therapy, other than just mentioning it in their article. Kudos to them explaining the hassles and hidden costs of acquiring a CPAP though. I suspect they will be writing an article on oral appliance therapy at sometime in the future when they tire of using the CPAP everywhere/everytime they sleep.
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That was an observation made by one of the researchers after reviewing the results of a recent study conducted at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. PTSD stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Though the study was not designed to gather that type of data and cannot support that conclusion, the question remains. […]
You know the feeling. “Time to get up already?” You don’t want to get out of bed. Heck, you don’t feel much better than when you went to bed! Groggy, sluggish and irritable… you can’t make the coffee strong enough or quick enough. “How am I going to make it through the […]