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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 Conference indicates that the prevalence of sleep apnea impacts more than 936 million people worldwide—nearly 10 times greater than previous estimates.
Snoring Study: Can CPAP Therapy Save Your Marriage?
Shore Dental Sleepcare encourages its patients in Monmouth and Ocean County to consider CPAP Therapy
Most marriage vows promise that a loving couple be together in sickness, in health, and through that miserable vacation in the Adirondacks – at least that is the idealist's point of view. However, some paths in life lead us down more darkened corridors.
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, including the air path at the back of your throat. If that path becomes too small or "floppy," air struggles to get through, Goldberg says. As a result, you may gasp or choke in your sleep.
Dangers of Sleep Apnea
Sleep Apnea Led To Tired Engineers And 2 Train Crashes
Sleep apnea led to two commuter railroad accidents within 13 weeks of one another, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday. The NTSB said the sleep disorder caused engineer fatigue and that in both accidents, engineers failed to stop their trains before reaching the end of a terminating track. Dr. Young of Monmouth and Ocean County wants to keep you informed on the dangers of not properly treating sleep apnea.
Sleep Apnea in Children
Everything our Monmouth And Ocean County Clients Need to Know
Brief pauses in breathing during sleep are normal. But when breathing stops often or for longer periods, it's called sleep apnea. When someone has sleep apnea, oxygen levels in the body may fall and sleep can be disrupted. You might think that only older people have sleep apnea, but kids and teens can develop it, too. Dr. Young of Monmouth and Ocean County wants to keep you informed on the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments of sleep apnea.
Why is sleep so important?
Sleep plays an important role in your health and well-being.
Sleep plays an important role in your health and well-being. During sleep, your body works to support your brain function to keep it healthy. Sleep plays a vital role in the development and growth of the children as well. Shore Dental Sleep Care provides information on how getting quality sleep can help improve your mental and physical health and how you will benefit from understanding the sleep cycle.
What Is Sleep Deprivation?
Sleeping is an essential human need. Without it, humans cannot function properly. Just like breathing, eating, drinking and relaxing, sleeping is a basic requirement of humans. It is necessary for the well-being and prosperity of individuals all through their lifetime. Sleep has two units of measurement. These are referred to as quality and quantity of sleep. In other words, these can also be called depth and duration of sleep. The important point here is that both the quality and quantity of sleep must be of a particular level in order to avoid sleep deprivation.
Chronic Sleep Deprivation Weakens The Immune System
Flu Season in Monmouth County:
Chronic Sleep Deprivation weakens the immune system – Rest up!
John Young Of Monmouth And Ocean County Informs His Patients On The Dangers of the Lack of Sleep During the Flu Season.
Lack of sleep can affect your health in different ways. Severe sleep loss jolts the immune system into action, reflecting the immediate response during exposure to stress, new study reports.
Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea Caused 2 NYC Train Crashes. Could You Have Sleep Apnea, Too?
John Young Of Monmouth And Ocean County Informs His Patients On The Negative Effects Of Not Treating Sleep Apnea.
Undiagnosed sleep apnea was recently cited as a probable cause in the crash of two New York City commuter trains.
Untreated Sleep Apnea Results In Cardiovascular And Metabolic Stress
Shore Dental SleepCare provides Ocean and Monmouth County, NJ, with the highest standards in sleep apnea care.
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John Young Of Monmouth And Ocean County Explains To His Patients The Negative Effects Of Not Treating Sleep Apnea.