Dozens of Transit engineers diagnosed with sleep apnea
added on: November 13, 2017

According to the NY Post, more than one in 10 New Jersey Transit train engineers who were screened for sleep apnea tested positive for the condition, which can make them spontaneously fall asleep while on the job, according to agency officials. Out of the 373 train engineers tested, 57 were taken off duty because an Read more…

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According to AAA, missing 2-3 hours sleep is like driving DRUNK!
added on: November 5, 2017

You should get the amount of sleep you need before you drive anywhere. That’s the message from the AAA Motor Club. According to a spokesperson for the AAA, “Thirty-five percent of U.S. drivers sleep less than the recommended 7 hours daily, and with drowsy driving involved in one in five fatal crashes each year, this Read more…

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ProSomnus’ Innovative Sleep Devices; Making CPAP Obsolete?
added on: October 21, 2017

  ProSomnus Devices mentioned as an exceptional product for the treatment of Sleep Apnea. Numerous Health Issues Related to OSA.      Health Tips brought to you by U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group. Our experienced medical experts provide information here that we hope will broaden your health care knowledge. Today we talk to Dr. A.K. Misra, a doctor for Read more…

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World Sleep Society News
added on: October 11, 2017

Jordan Stern MD and David Kuhns PhD present the EFFECTS Study Results in Prague at the World Sleep Society Meeting…featuring the ProSomnus IA sleep and snore device with a compliance sensor. Great results that demonstrated Oral Appliance Therapy to be equal or greater than CPAP at mean disease alleviation.  The new construct  is to think Read more…

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Does Marijuana Improve Sleep?
added on: October 9, 2017

  Marijuana may make you sleepy, but does it really help you sleep? With the increasing frequency of marijuana legalization and its medical use throughout the United States, many are turning to the drug to treat insomnia and sleep disorders. However, a study from the University of Michigan concluded that depending on how frequently an Read more…

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Sleep and Our Internal Clock; Three Americans win Nobel Prize for work on Human Circadian Rhythms
added on: October 4, 2017

  On October 2 researchers from the University of Geneva published a paper in  the National Academy of Sciences on their discovery of a type of biological clock in muscle cells. The same day three researchers—Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young—learned they had received the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for studies Read more…

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Nighttime Grinding or Bruxism May be a red Flag for Sleep Apnea
added on: September 8, 2017

Grinding is becoming one of the new indicators for obstructive sleep apnea. If you grind your teeth, you probably should get a sleep study because you are likely having episodes of interrupted breathing during the night. Sleep apnea is known to significantly increase your risk of high blood pressure, stroke, cancer, diabetes, depression, and obesity.  A Swedish Read more…

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Why don’t I sleep through the night?
added on: August 28, 2017

In a recent study by Barry Krakow, MD, it was found that 90% of awakenings experienced by insomniacs were preceded by a disruption in their breathing while asleep. In effect, the research found a major, and likely primary, cause for why people wake up at night and have continued to research and demonstrate this physiological breathing problem Read more…

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Snoring can Be Serious
added on: July 27, 2017

  If you SNORE, have DAYTIME DROWSINESS, are OVERWEIGHT or JUST DON’T FEEL WELL, ask your dentist or physician about getting checked for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).  Compromised sleep causes a long list of health issues and risks.  A few are noted below.  You do not have to have CPAP.  There are alternative easy to Read more…

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ProSomnus and The ETADPA Team Up to Help Patients Breathe
added on: July 16, 2017

The Eastern Tennessee Academy of Dental Practice Administration teamed up with ProSomnus Sleep Technologies Mark T Murphy DDS FAGD to advance their understanding of treatment options in treating OSA.  Participants were from various parts of Eastern Tennessee and met in Pigeon Forge for a day and one half of lecture and hands on training.  The Read more…

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