Higher rates of depression occur in snoring/sleep apnea sufferers, report finds.
added on: April 16, 2018

Fleet Owner Staff | Apr 05, 2018 A new report compiled by market research firm Packaged Facts entitled Sleep Management in the U.S.: Consumer Strategies finds that sleep problems, difficulty initiating and maintaining sleep, non-restorative sleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness create lead to serious “adverse effects” on well-being, functioning, and quality of life. For example, those diagnosed with “snoring/sleep apnea” are Read more…

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New Moms Need More Sleep
added on: March 26, 2018

by Kimberly Hayes at information@publichealthalert.info Life is full of ironies. Duct tape shouldn’t be used to seal ducts. You’re not supposed to use cotton swabs to clean your ears. Even the 1995 Alanis Morissette song “Ironic” contains little to no irony, which is in itself ironic. However, perhaps one of the most troubling ironies of adult Read more…

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Minimizing Side Effects: A Retrospective Case Series Analysis of Tooth Movement in Oral Appliance Therapy by Dr. Jerry Hu
added on: March 20, 2018

Published on March 13, 2018 by Dental Sleep Practice Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) has been well established as a viable alternative to Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) for lowering the Apnea Hypopnea Index (AHI). Recently the EFFECTS,1 study (Effectiveness and Efficiency of the ProSomnus [IA] Sleep Device for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Read more…

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Design Input Meeting
added on: March 20, 2018

Design input meeting with a few clients at the prestigious L.D. Pankey Institute in Key Biscayne Florida. Look for a big announcement at the AADSM in Baltimore.  The Pankey Institute provides advanced dental education programs to address the technical, behavioral and financial aspects of building a thriving practice.

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Better Patient Experiences than CPAP
added on: March 7, 2018

The CAD CAM Oral appliance therapy from ProSomnus Sleep Technologies provides a better patient experience, compliance and is an excellent alternative to CPAP therapy.  Physicians and dentists are working together to treat more OSA patients with greater efficiency and effectiveness.  The materials stains less, harbors less bacteria and is much easier to clean.  To find Read more…

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Teenage Drowsiness and Anti Social Behavior
added on: February 28, 2018

Tired teenage boys who report feeling drowsy during the afternoon are more likely to demonstrate anti-social behaviors (lying, cheating and stealing) and 4.5 times more likely to commit violent crimes 15 years later!  These findings were published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry last year.  It is especially interesting that the researchers were Read more…

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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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