At least 3 million Americans are thought to have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), but millions more likely suffer from this life-threatening condition in relative silence because the most obvious symptoms occur during sleep.
Many people think that because you go to a doctor for your body and a dentist for your mouth, that the two are somehow separate. However, the truth is that your oral health and overall health are actually closely linked, and if you don’t maintain good oral health through oral hygiene and regular dental checkups, […]
Many people worry that age will take away not just physical strength but mental acuity as well. Dementia can affect up to 14% of people by age 71. Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, affects about 11% of people age 65 and over.
If you’re concerned about getting dementia, you should see your dentist, […]
When vacation time comes around, many people head to the mountains for camping, skiing, or just to get away from the hustle and bustle of their daily lives. Although a visit to the mountains is great for the spirit, sufferers of sleep apnea should take care. Sudden altitude gains can exacerbate your symptoms.
Technology exists largely to make our lives easier. Our electronics allow you to do virtually anything you want from the comfort of your own home. Communication, entertainment, and even work can all be accomplished through your devices. You can chat with people from anywhere in the world, play video games whenever you want to, and […]