Anxious? Depressed? Sleep Apnea May Be the Cause

Most people will recognize the effects of a poor night’s sleep, feeling groggy the next day, struggling to concentrate and being a little more irritable than usual.

However, if you have a sleep disorder like obstructive sleep apnea, there are many back-to-back nights of interrupted sleep, compounding the problems. …

How Paced Walking Helps With Weight Loss

Any form of exercise boosts our physical health — and can help with weight loss, to help prevent sleep apnea.

Walking burns calories and helps you achieve your weight-loss goals without relying on a gym. When you up the walking pace, you can increase the health benefits, and this is where “paced walking” comes into its own….

Is Snoring Hurting Your Relationship?

Anyone who regularly snores will know how disruptive snoring can be, not just to them but for a partner, too. Trying to sleep next to someone who snores can be very difficult, affecting quality of sleep and leaving you fatigued the next day.

In fact, snoring has the potential to place huge stress on a relationship, an uncomfortable thought ahead of Valentine’s Day….

Can Food Allergies Cause Sleep Apnea?

A balanced, nutritional diet is key to maintaining good overall health. However, those who struggle with food allergies find they are intolerant to certain foods, and this can impact their sleep. What we eat already affects the quality of our important restorative sleep, but a sensitivity to certain foods could be aggravating your sleep apnea….

Is PCOS Affecting Your Sleep?

Sleep is a crucial part of the body’s restorative process and affects our overall health. However, women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can find their sleep negatively impacted and are more likely to experience sleep disorders such as insomnia and sleep apnea….

Let’s Sleep Better in 2022!

The start of a new year is a good time to make those positive changes we keep meaning to make. Among your new year’s resolutions for a healthier lifestyle, improving your sleep should be a primary consideration….

Using CPAP with a Cold or Flu

During the course of the year, most of us will come down with a head cold. Being ill with a head cold and the runny nose and nasal congestion makes it hard to get a good night’s sleep. A more severe illness such as flu amplifies the difficulties….

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