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What Has Changed in Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea's resurgence in interest has some interesting and important reasons. And one of them is how it affects your child.   Read More
Sleep Apnea (Part 1): A Breathing Disorder that Impacts Overall Health
Sleep Apnea and Dentistry:A Breathing Disorder that Impacts Sleep and our Overall HealthAs an oral-systemic practice, one of the heath conditions that we look for and help patients with is something that’s commonly referred to as “Sleep Apnea”. Sleep Apnea is not a sleep disorder as much as it is a...  Read More
Interview:  A deep dive into oral appliance therapy
Our latest HST America blog post is a 2-part series which features an interview with Barry Krakow, MD and James Metz, DDS, FACD, ABDSM.This interview takes a deep dive into oral appliance therapy, and discusses view points from both a medical physician and a general dentist.  Read More
Tiger Woods and Warning Signs of Sleep Apnea
In general it is considered bad form to diagnose celebrities with medical conditions, though there is no scarcity of pundits willing to engage in speculation. I avoid this muck for the most part, but occasionally an opportunity arises to use what we know about a “case” to educate people...  Read More
Five Signs of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and How to Treat It
Do you constantly wake up with headaches or dry mouth? Does your partner sawing-logs next to you stop breathing during the night or experience bouts of choking? If so, you or your spouse could have obstructive sleep apnea—a disorder that could lead to anxiety, heart problems or worse. It...  Read More
The Truth About Obstructive Sleep Apnea
(OSA) occurswhen the tongue, tonsils, or other throat tissue blocks the airway, stopping breathing.Sleep apneais often misunderstood regarding its risks and possible treatments. Below we will sort out some of the common myths and give you the facts to better understand this misunderstood...  Read More
Can Treatment Of Sleep Apnea Help Diabetics?
and diabetes control.What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?affects almost 25% of the population and is a characterized by repeated stops and starts in breathing during sleep. The most common form ofsleep apneais obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) which occurs when your throat muscles intermittently relax....  Read More

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