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Who Needs a CPAP Machine?

October 7, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — stopsnoringlawton @ 4:22 pm
Man sleeping while using CPAP machine

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy is quite common among individuals who struggle to get high-quality sleep. A CPAP machine works by using mildly pressurized air to promote uninterrupted breathing throughout the night. But who exactly needs a CPAP machine? Are there any effective CPAP alternatives? This blog post explains the answers.


Can Chiropractic Care Help My Sleep Apnea?

September 2, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — stopsnoringlawton @ 7:35 pm
a patient receiving chiropractic care

A good night’s sleep is essential for our overall well-being, but for many people, sleep apnea disrupts this crucial rest. This common condition affects millions worldwide, leading to countless hours of lost sleep that ultimately impedes one’s physical and mental functionality. While it can be caused by various factors causing the obstruction of the airway, one other and often overlooked culprit is the alignment of the spine. Continue reading to learn more about how sleep apnea is influenced by spinal position, and how professional treatment can offer a practical and effective solution.


Low Vitamin D & Sleep Apnea Are Connected…But How?

August 15, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 11:52 am
woman pondering outdoors

People are spending more time indoors than at any other point in history, and who could blame them? There are literally multiple streams of limitless entertainment available, you can have everything delivered to your front door, and temperature records are constantly being broken. Unfortunately, this comes with some drawbacks, such as a spike in vitamin D deficiency. Alongside this is a drastic increase in the rate of sleep apnea, which has many healthcare providers asking a simple question: “Are the two related?” The answer is actually quite complicated.


Sick of Your CPAP? 4 Proven Alternative Sleep Apnea Solutions

July 11, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 12:56 pm
sleep apnea mouthguard

CPAP therapy is by far the most commonly prescribed treatment for sleep apnea, and for many, the solution is worse than the problem. A lot of people find the machine to be too loud, too uncomfortable, and too inconvenient to use night after night, so they simply don’t! Thankfully, there are other proven ways to help reduce the symptoms of sleep apnea that don’t require you to be literally hooked up to an air pump. What are they, and how do they work?


Can Anxiety Cause Sleep Apnea?

June 20, 2023

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Young woman dealing with anxietyAnxiety and sleep apnea are two very different conditions, but they often go hand in hand. If bedtime causes your anxiety to rise, it can lead to a sleepless night. Anxiety doesn’t cause sleep apnea, but the two are connected. Here’s what you need to know to manage your anxiety and sleep apnea, so you can wake up feeling refreshed and well-rested. 


Are There Any Vitamins That Can Help with My Sleep Apnea?

May 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 4:21 pm
a patient trying to sleep at night

Every night, millions of people are kept up because of sleep apnea. This condition indiscriminately robs its victims of countless hours of precious rest, and if left untreated, has the potential to cause serious health issues that go beyond mere daytime fatigue. However, some people wonder if solutions such as vitamin supplements can ultimately help to treat the condition. Here’s more from your sleep dentist about sleep apnea and why you shouldn’t necessarily rely on vitamin supplements to treat it in lieu of professional aid.


What is the Best Sleep Position for Sleep Apnea?

April 14, 2023

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Man sleeping on his back snoring

If you have sleep apnea, you know a good night’s rest can be difficult to achieve. Every interruption in breathing depletes your body of oxygen, but it also interrupts your sleep cycle. Before you know it, sleep deprivation can set in, and you can be at risk of serious health issues, including heart attack and stroke. Believe it or not, better sleep can be as simple as changing your sleep position. While it’s no substitute for traditional treatment, here’s how you should be laying in bed to help keep your airway open.


How Long Can You Expect a CPAP Machine to Last?

March 17, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — stopsnoringlawton @ 8:56 pm
Close-up of a mask for a CPAP machine

When you visit your dentist to see what kind of solution they might suggest for sleep apnea, they may recommend combined therapy. This is where you wear a customized oral appliance while also using a CPAP machine, thus allowing you to enjoy the benefits of both treatments. But before you begin your combined therapy, it’s important to make sure that you understand exactly what a CPAP machine does – and how long you can expect it to last.


Are Drooling and Sleep Apnea Connected?

February 6, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — stopsnoringlawton @ 12:35 am

Woman laying in bedObstructive sleep apnea can cause significant changes to your health and quality of life. You can experience many symptoms, like chronic snoring, morning headaches, and fatigue. Did you know drooling can also be a sign of sleep apnea? Many factors can contribute to hypersalivation, but oral appliance therapy may be all you need to stop the embarrassment and breath better at night.


Prediabetes & Sleep Apnea: How are They Connected?

January 20, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — stopsnoringlawton @ 3:14 pm
Did you know that poor-quality sleep could increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetes? Here’s how prediabetes and sleep apnea are linked.

If you’ve been told that you’re prediabetic, you naturally want to take any steps you can to prevent your condition from turning into type 2 diabetes. Obviously, this means eating more healthy foods and being more active, but did you know that the quality of your sleep could make a difference as well? Research indicates that sleep apnea could be a major risk factor for patients who are already prediabetic; here’s what you need to know about the connection between the two.

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