Light in a Dark Place: Coping With Seasonal Affective Disorder
added on: February 8, 2018

  The ways in which weather and the rhythms of the seasons affect us are reminders that we’re all part of nature’s cycle of renewal. A time of cold and darkness is followed by a rebirth, and we’re carried along with it knowing down deep that gray skies and freezing winds will melt away, leaving Read more…

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LinkedIn Article about ProSomnus
added on: February 6, 2018

ProSomnus was featured in an article on LinkedIn.     https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/prosomnus-story-when-technology-enthusiasm-creativity-john/

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Sleeping on a Plane
added on: January 22, 2018

A recent article in Sleep Review Online talks about How to Get Good Sleep on a Plane.  They reference the BBC and Brian Kelly, “The Points Guy” whom I have read several times as an expert.  I am sure he is, and I would add my 180,00 miles last years’ worth of two cents.  Besides 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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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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Spreading the Word About OSA and OAT
added on: July 6, 2017

                Mark Murphy DDS, our Lead Faculty for Clinical Education, spoke recently at a local Optimist Club on the advantages of Oral Appliance Therapy over CPAP for Obstructive Sleep Apnea. There were several CPAP users (and former users) in attendance and one missionary in the audience who advocated for Read more…

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Precision Medicine; Matching Patient Needs to Sleep Appliance Designs
added on: June 19, 2017

With the release of their FDA Approved ProSomnus [IA] Appliance, ProSomnus Sleep Technologies has really connected the precision medicine component treating OSA.  Now prescribing dentists can order specific characteristics they need and have the precision of bot FIT and a PATIENT CENTRIC solution.  ProSomnus Appliances have demonstrated effectiveness in 100% of Mild, 86% of Moderate Read more…

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NBA Finals Update; Late Night Tweeting Can Hurt Your Game?
added on: June 6, 2017

Research found that basketball players who tweeted after midnight scored about a point less in the next day’s game.  According to the authors, most of the statistical changes following late-night tweets can be explained by fewer minutes played.  Players had an average of 2 minutes less playing time following late-night tweeting. After a late-night tweet, Read more…

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