Using Your CPAP With a Cold? Tips & Advice From Doctor

Shore Dental SleepCare's Dr. Young shares an article from CPAP.com, discussing the things to consider when using a CPAP machine when you have a cold. If you have a cold, it is important to keep your CPAP...

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Getting Better Sleep in the Fall

Shore Dental SleepCare's Dr. Young shares an article from ResMed.com, a leader for cloud-connected medical devices for people with sleep apnea.  We thought we would discuss this topic here with our patients from Monmouth County and Ocean...

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How Weight Can Be A Factor in Sleep Apnea

Dr. Young at Shore Dental SleepCare explains how weight plays a factor in a patient’s sleep apnea. Shore Dental SleepCare's Dr. Young shares an article from SleepApnea.org, a site launched in 2010 by...

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Traveling With A CPAP Machine the Easy Way

Dr. Young from Shore Dental SleepCare provides us some tips on how to make traveling with your CPAP machine easier. This article from verywellhealth.com outlines some simple steps on how we can...

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4 Signs of Sleep Apnea

Having a noisy sleeper, feeling restless at night, and feeling tired constantly are common signs significant other may have sleep apnea, so we must be aware of these symptoms. Furthermore, men are usually at greater risk of sleep apnea and the risk...

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The Keys To A Goodnight Sleep

Pillows are necessary for a night of sleep that is full of comfort and truly restful. Sometimes, however, pillows can actually hurt our health. The firmness of a pillow and the position you tend to favor while sleeping can cause the neck to extend and, in turn...

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The Dangers of Sleep Apnea If Left Untreated

More than 50 million Americans have a sleep disorder, with sleep apnea being among the most common. Additionally, approximately 3% of both men and women experience sleep apnea symptoms...

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How Your Spring Allergies Can Impact Sleep Apnea

Have you ever lain down at night and felt as though you couldn't get enough air? Seasonal allergies, according to the experts at Shore Dental SleepCare of Monmouth and Ocean County, maybe the...

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COVID & Sleep Apnea

Dr. Young wants to educate his patients on the correlation between sleep apnea and Covid. Shore Dental SleepCare of Monmouth and Ocean County believe it’s important to consider how sleep-disordered breathing can make you more...

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Can Cold Weather in NJ Make Sleep Apnea Worse?

There are many factors that can affect the severity of sleep apnea in NJ. The professionals at Shore Dental SleepCare of Monmouth and Ocean County believe it’s important to consider all of these...

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What Are Oral Appliances For Sleep Apnea?

What are oral appliances for sleep apnea treatment prescribed by Shore Dental SleepCare specialists in Monmouth and Ocean County, NJ? Many people are familiar with CPAP (continuous positive airway...

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Sleep Apnea Diagnosis & Treatment

If you or a loved one are experiencing loud snoring or gasping during sleep, sleep apnea diagnosis and treatment resources in Monmouth & Ocean county are available from Shore Dental Sleepcare. Not everyone who has sleep apnea snores...

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PTSD Can Cause Or Worsen Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Have you been diagnosed with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and are now experiencing an onset or increase in sleep apnea symptoms in Monmouth or Ocean Counties, NJ? Research proves there...

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Why Your Sleep Apnea Symptoms Might Be Worse In The Fall

Are your sleep apnea symptoms worse in the fall? If so, fall allergies might be the cause. If you're experiencing “hay fever” symptoms, that combined with your existing sleep apnea may exacerbate...

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Exercises For Reducing Sleep Apnea

You can reduce symptoms of sleep apnea and get a better night’s sleep with several exercises specifically designed to improve your airflow and breathing. These sleep apnea exercises will strengthen muscles that help keep your airway open...

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If You Have Sleep Apnea, This Heatwave May Be Making It Worse

With the increase in heat waves during the summer you may have trouble sleeping at night. If you are dealing with sleep apnea it may become increasingly difficult to get a good night’s sleep...

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CPAP and Summer Allergies

Summer is here and if you are prone to allergies you may have trouble sleeping at night. If you use a CPAP machine at night you may not realize that humidifying your CPAP can help your nose combat allergens...

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Sleep Apnea Treatment Options

Shore Dental SleepCare is a sleep apnea specialist providing the most advanced CPAP treatments in Ocean & Monmouth County. At Shore Sleep a good night's sleep is vital to feeling good and staying healthy...

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7 Ways Sleep Apnea Can Hurt Your Health

Having Obstructive Sleep Apnea (“OSA”) can increase the risk for other health issues. OSA can also lead to issues in high blood pressure, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, weight gain, adult asthma, acid reflux...

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12 Not-So-Common Sleep Apnea Symptoms

When you wake up in the morning, it is unlikely you really think about what happened while you were sleeping in the night. The assumption is you were normally breathing the entire night...

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Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep apnea is when you stop breathing while you sleep which can be dangerous if left untreated. In addition to consulting your health professional like Shore Dental Sleepcare, there are steps you can take...

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Allergies and sleep apnea: How are they connected?

Although allergies do not specifically seem to cause sleep apnea, there is still a connection. Nasal congestion from allergies creates nasal congestion which dries out your mouth or blocks...

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Can My Sleep Apnea Get Worse in the Winter?

There is no question that sleep apnea becomes a bigger challenge, especially in the winter, due to the overall decrease in humidity. Since sleep apnea becomes worse, it becomes important to...

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Sleep doctor answers questions about COVID-19 and Sleep

Covid-19 has been on the mind of every American since the pandemic began. For those who have sleep disabilities, like OSA, that brings a new level...

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Mouth And Throat Exercises to Help Stop Snoring and Improve OSA

Are you one of many Americans who have obstructive sleep apnea? Snoring can cause disrupted sleep and worse, make it difficult for your...

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Facts About Snoring

Many people in Monmouth and Ocean County snore to some extent. It’s usually considered a common, harmless condition, but there are some important facts...

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Sleep Apnea in Sports

Obstructive sleep apnea can start at an early age and sleep-disordered breathing affects athletes as well as ...

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Sleep Apnea Affects Women

Patients in Monmouth and Ocean County, NJ often think that obstructive sleep apnea usually affects men, and particularly...

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Sleep Apnea is worse in winter

Many people in Monmouth and Ocean County, NJ suffer from sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that causes them to stop...

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Sleep Better for the Holidays

At this festive time of year, people usually hope to be fast asleep in their beds with visions of sugarplums dancing...

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The Link between Sleep Apnea and Your Blood Pressure

Millions of Americans have obstructive sleep apnea and are well aware of the impact it has on the amount and...

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Orthodontic Treatment Strategies for Sleep Apnea in Children

Snoring while sleeping may seem like a fairly normal and common thing among people of all ages, including children,...

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Oral Appliances May Be Highly Effective in Treating a Type of Sleep Apnea

Snoring loudly or having breathing abnormalities? This could be a symptom of OSA. If you have OSA ...

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A Sleep Apnea Guide

Did you know Sleep Apnea affects an estimated 22 million Americans… and most Americans have no idea or never...

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Disrupted sleep in one's 50s, 60s raises risk of Alzheimer's disease

Dr. Young of Monmouth and Ocean County Shares Some Information about Risks of Long-Term Untreated Sleep Disorders, ...

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CPAP May Boost Weight Loss for Dieting Adults

Obese adults with obstructive sleep apnea who follow a calorie-restricted diet can lose more weight if they also ...

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When Snoring Goes from Annoying to Dangerous

Most people snore occasionally, and about one in four Americans snore frequently. Snoring tends to increase with ...

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New Study Links Sleep Apnea to Memory Loss and Depression

People with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) have difficulty recalling details from their past and are at greater ...

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Why More Sleep Can Help You Lose Weight

If you want to lose weight, experts say you need to get enough sleep. Specifically, researchers have reported ...

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Age and Sleep Apnea: Does Age Affect The Prevalence of Sleep Apnea?

Previously we discussed how not all patients with sleep apnea fit the typical profile of someone suffering...

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Sleep Deficiency Increases Risk of a Motor Vehicle Crash

Excessive sleepiness can cause cognitive impairments and put individuals at a higher risk of motor vehicle ...

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Sleep Problems? A Dentist May Know for Sure

Have problems sleeping? You may have a little-known condition called upper airway resistance syndrome ...

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People with Sleep Apnea at Increased Risk of Gout

New research reveals that people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) have a higher risk of developing...

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Sleep Apnea: 8 Things That Make It Worse

IT'S ESTIMATED THAT more than 18 million adults in the U.S. have obstructive sleep apnea, according to the ...

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Acid Reflux and Sleep Disorders: Both Can Be Hidden

During sleep, a case of reflux may actually allow stomach contents to rise as far as the back of the mouth...

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Study Shows Sleep Apnea More Is Common Than Previously Thought

New data analysis presented by ResMed this week at the American Thoracic Society's 2018 International ...

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Snoring Study: Can CPAP Therapy Save Your Marriage?

Most marriage vows promise that a loving couple be together in sickness, in health, and through that ...

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3 Signs You Could Have Sleep Apnea

Your partner says you snore or gasp in your sleep.When you go to bed, all of your muscles relax ...

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Dangers of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea led to two commuter railroad accidents within 13 weeks of one another, the National Transportation ...

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Sleep Apnea in Children

Brief pauses in breathing during sleep are normal. But when breathing stops often or for longer periods,...

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Why is sleep so important?

Sleep plays an important role in your health and well-being. During sleep, your body works to support ...

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Sleep Deprivation

Sleeping is an essential human need. Without it, humans cannot function properly. Just like breathing...

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Chronic Sleep Deprivation Weakens The Immune System

John Young Of Monmouth And Ocean County Informs His Patients On The Dangers of the Lack of Sleep During ...

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Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea Caused 2 NYC Train Crashes. Could You Have Sleep Apnea, Too?

Undiagnosed sleep apnea was recently cited as a probable cause in the crash of two New York City commuter ...

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Untreated Sleep Apnea Results In Cardiovascular And Metabolic Stress

Under the direction of operator /owner Dr. Young, DDS, we would like to extend our sleep care passion by ...

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