Key Memory Structure Damaged by Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea causes serious damage to your body. We often talk about its impact on your heart and blood vessels, increasing the risk of stroke, but we also need to remember that sleep apnea damages the brain, too. Sleep apnea has been linked to the buildup of brain plaques that develop as part of Alzheimer’s Read More

Chronic Migraines Linked to Sleep Apnea

Do you have chronic migraines? If so, then there’s a high probability that you also have sleep apnea. And, it’s quite likely that your doctor is missing your sleep apnea because of your migraines, according to a recent study. Fortunately, sleep apnea treatment can significantly improve your migraines. How Read More

What Makes the DNA Different from Other Oral Appliances

Getting your sleep apnea treated is one of the most important things you can do for your overall health. It will help you feel better immediately, and it can help you combat a wide array of psychological and physical ailments, including cardiovascular disease, depression, metabolic disorders, stroke, and more. Although in the Read More

Treating Sleep Apnea Helps Control Epileptic Seizures

If you’re not sleeping well, your brain will be the first organ to suffer. There are some obvious effects you will likely notice right away: difficulty thinking, memory problems, and just trouble focusing. People with sleep apnea often feel that they aren’t getting enough rest, no matter how much time they’re spending Read More

Cannabinoid Pill Performs Poorly as Sleep Apnea Treatment

One of the driving forces behind the cannabis legalization movement in California and across the country is the argument that marijuana makes good medicine. This may be true in some cases (there’s at least an argument to be made for migraine treatment), but it certainly seems that it is not true for Read More

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