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REM Sleep Labs Blog

Diagnosed with Sleep Apnea? Some Info on Living With Sleep Apnea

Date posted: december 19, 2014 01:56pm

Is it confusing to you that you can’t seem to get enough sleep every night? You might have to come to the conclusion that you have sleep apnea. You don’t have any reason to worry; just read the advice in this article.

If you are carrying a few extra pounds, it may be time to lose them. There is evidence that sleep apnea is co...

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Tips To Recognize Symptoms Of Sleep Apnea And Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Date posted: december 17, 2014 02:58pm

Suffering from sleep apnea? If so, this article is here to help solve sleep issues. Sleep apnea is a serious condition that can cause insomnia, high blood pressure, headaches, depression and irritability, dry mouth or sore throat, and can even lessen ability to concentrate. Follow this advice and get a good night’s sleep i...

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Lifestyle Changes to Reduce Sleep Apnea Episodes

Date posted: december 16, 2014 02:02pm

Sleep apnea is a condition that causes brief, repeated pauses in breathing throughout the night. A woman’s risk of sleep apnea rises after menopause. That’s when levels of the hormone progesterone (which increases the number of breaths per minute) decline. In addition to affecting your slumber, sleep apnea can threaten your heart hea...

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Advice & Tips For Those Suffering From Sleep Apnea

Date posted: december 15, 2014 01:47pm

Anyone suffering with sleep apnea is probably dying to be able to rid themselves of the problem. The bottom line is that knowledge is essential if the symptoms of sleep apnea is to be managed correctly. The helpful tips you’re about to read in this article will help you gain a great starting point to anyone who would like to understand how...

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10 Steps for Good Sleep Hygiene

Date posted: december 15, 2014 01:15pm

The 10 strategies that follow will help you identify these killers and clean up your sleep hygiene. Follow them, and you'll reap the performance and health benefits that come with getting the right quantity and quality of sleep.

1. Stay Away from Sleeping Pills

When I say sleeping pills, I mean anything you take that sedates yo...

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How To Prevent Sleep Apnea

Date posted: december 15, 2014 01:13pm

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Sleep apnea is a condition that causes brief, repeated pauses in breathing throughout the night. A woman’s risk of sleep apnea rises after menopause. That’s when levels of the hormone progesterone (which increases the number of breaths per minute) decline. In addition to affecting your slumber, sleep apnea can threaten yo...

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How Much Sleep is Enough and Why It is Important

Date posted: december 11, 2014 07:08pm

Why You Need Adequate Sleep to Perform

We've always known that sleep is good for your brain, but new research from the University of Rochester provides the first direct evidence for why your brain cells need you to sleep (and sleep the right way — more on that later).

The study found that when you sleep your brain removes...

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This is Your Body Without Sleep

Date posted: december 11, 2014 07:01pm

This Is Your Body Without Sleep 

8 serious ways your health suffers when you skimp on slumber

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National Geographic Documentary: Sleepless in America

Date posted: december 11, 2014 06:57pm

Are you Sleeping enough? Watch a preview of a Sleep Deprivation NatGeo documentary called 
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Raising Healthy Kids with Sleep Apnea

Date posted: december 11, 2014 06:54pm

Doctor Suzanne Beck at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia says all kids are at risk of Sleep Apnea, but especially younger kids. Most of the time, large tonsils and adenoids are to blame. She says kids may snore, but not like an adult snores.


"The snoring doesn't have to ...

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