1. Sleep Apnea: What Is It? Part Two

    If you follow our blog, then you know we’re doing an in-depth, two-part blog on what sleep apnea is and how it affects you personally. If you missed the first part, we covered a definition of sleep apnea and symptoms to look for. Today, we’re going to continue and talk in-depth about each type o…Read More

  2. Sleep Apnea: What Is It? Part One

    If you’ve been living above ground in the past decade or so, you’ve probably heard of sleep apnea. It’s constantly referenced from people’s personal lives, television, radio shows, and infomercials. Your current idea of sleep apnea might be similar to panic attacks, a “fake” condition th…Read More

  3. What are Sleep Apnea Treatments?

    Sleep Apnea Treatments...Continued In our previous blog, we discussed the different treatment options for people with sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition where air is not properly entering the body, as a result, the body struggles throughout the night to get enough air. These “struggles” are…Read More

  4. Sleep Apnea Mouthpiece Texarkana: What are Sleep Apnea Treatments?

    Sleep Apnea and Your Beauty Rest Sleep apnea affects 5 to 10 percent of adults in America, however most people live their lives undiagnosed. In fact, loud snoring is a dangerous symptom of sleep apnea, yet is overlooked by most of the population. Aside from more serious health concerns, sleep apnea …Read More

  5. How Sleep Apnea Could Harm Your Relationship

    Sleep apnea affects almost 22 million people in the United States. But what is it? Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder in which a person takes shallow breaths or takes one or more pauses in breathing. Sleep apnea is reoccuring, in that, it happens almost 30 times within just one hour during the n…Read More

  6. What Does a Dentist Have to do With Sleep Apnea?

    Many patients are surprised to learn that our Top Rated Local® Dentist in Texarkana treats sleep apnea. The fact of the matter is that, when most people think about sleep apnea, the last person they imagine turning to would be their dentist, but the connection between sleep apnea and dentistry is c…Read More

  7. The Benefits of Sleep Apnea Mouthpieces

    When it comes to sleep apnea, there are many different treatment options to choose from. From the most intensive sleep apnea treatments, like surgery, to the least intensive treatments, like losing weight and other lifestyles changes, there are a plethora of options for treating sleep apnea. The app…Read More

  8. Are Your Having Trouble With CPAP Therapy?

    There's no treatment for sleep apnea that's more common than CPAP therapy, but many people experience problems that make compliance difficult. If you have sleep apnea, then there's a good chance that you've been prescribed CPAP therapy. CPAP therapy can be a very effective treatment option for slee…Read More