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Embracing Your Individuality Might Be the Key to Good Sleep

Many people still believe that everyone needs eight hours of sleep. Despite the recommendations from the National Sleep Foundation, which highlight the importance of different amounts of sleep at different times in our lives, people want simple guidelines for how much sleep they need. When it comes to simple guidelines, the simplest might be [...]

Seasonal Time Changes Are Bad, but Permanent Daylight Time Isn’t Much Better

We know that daylight saving time is associated with significant problems. Twice a year, we reset our clocks, springing forward an hour to daylight saving time, then falling back by an hour to standard time all at once, causing a disruption in all of our sleep schedules. That’s why many people cheered [...]

The Connection Between Sleep Apnea and Weight Loss

Sleep apnea is one of the most common types of sleep disorders. When you think you’re fast asleep at night, you’re actually waking up sometimes up to 300 times per night to catch your breath and start breathing again. Sleep apnea occurs when the airway becomes obstructed. In a lot of cases, the obstruction is [...]

Achievement Award of Accreditation

Advanced Dental Sleep Treatment Center recently achieved the Award of Accreditation from the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation. Very few companies achieve this amazing award as it's only given to companies that distribute CPAPs and other home equipment demonstrate high-quality practices in patient care techniques and business operations. We also had to complete a [...]

Sleep Apnea Could Be a Risk Factor for Severe COVID-19

There are many mysteries surrounding the novel coronavirus and the condition it causes, termed COVID-19. One of the biggest, however, is why some people experience relatively minor symptoms while others develop severe symptoms requiring hospitalization in the ICU and potentially leading to death.  Now researchers in Finland believe they might have found at least [...]

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