It makes sense to consult a doctor if you struggle with long-term and ongoing problems with heartburn (more than once a week, worsening, or continuous over time). This is especially if you have experienced sleep problems (diagnosed or not) or any of the silent symptoms listed above. Acid reflux, for instance, could be the reason you have problems with insomnia.
Would you prefer to wake up with Flawless hair? That may mean making a better effort to achieve Flawless sleep. Here are 5 tips for making that happen. And while you’re there, take our poll! After the poll, share your morning bedhead selfie (tag it with #ASAABedhead) at our Facebook page; your selfie could win you four day passes to Disneyworld! And don’t forget to pledge to get a little extra sleep in September!
A dentist is equipped to identify two problems that present as risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea: sleep bruxism (a night time grinding of the teeth of clenching of the jaws) and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), also known as acid reflux or heartburn. Fortunately, treating undiagnosed sleep apnea can provide relief for these other sleep-related problems.
During the 40 weeks of pregnancy, an expectant mother can find her nightly sleep changing, due to changes in her own body that reflect challenges with digestion, falling asleep, discomfort, anxiety, and much more.
Spring cleaning tips... because #SleepIsWorthIt! Nobody really likes to clean, but performing a deep clean in the Spring is valuable in so many ways. For one thing, you'll feel much better clearing out the dregs of winter now that the sun is shining and you can open the windows again. Putting away odds and ends...