A cure for sleep apnea begins with awareness. Parents and caregivers who are educated about the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea in children can do a lot to eliminate the condition before it becomes a lifelong problem.
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You’re invited! Live talk TONIGHT about treating sleep apnea, with clinical researcher Rebecca Thomson
Clinical research scientist Rebecca Thomson talks live about treating sleep apnea in this informative webinar sponsored by Fisher & Paykel. Dial in and log in options available, and the event is free to anyone who joins!
Clinical research scientist Rebecca Thomson talks live about treating sleep apnea in this informative webinar sponsored by Fisher & Paykel.
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.
Sleep deprivation across the lifespan of motherhood: Untreated chronic sleep deprivation for any person does not end well, especially if it’s left untreated for years. Let’s go in with eyes wide open and identify all the myriad ways in which Moms can—and will—lose sleep during their careers as mothers. Some of these causes for sleep problems are just part of life, to be sure, but sleep debt left to accrue over the years is a key reason for mothers to seriously consider getting help for their sleep problems.
Untreated sleep apnea and stroke are something we should all focus on during National Stroke Awareness Month.