SLEEP MEDICINE GROUP, LLC
May 22, 2019
A recent study finds that women who are deprived of sleep and suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than men.
The study was published in the journal, 'European Respiratory Journal' OSA, where the...
May 20, 2019
The Buteyko Technique: News
Patrick McKeown, MA, BBE
Buteyko Clinic International
Patrick McKeown has written a book called, "The Oxygen Advantage," which discusses the physiologic advantages of nasal breathing over mouth breathing. T...
This new alternative to CPAP was created by Inspire Medical Systems and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is an implanted device.
Depending on the degree of severity, OSA can be a potentially life-threatening condition. Even in mild cases the...
May 17, 2019
This is information that has been more on the radar of some surgery centers around the country over that last several years. The information below reflects recent research that supports the need for more planning prior to surgery to screen for OSA.
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This is information that has been more on the radar of some surgery centers around the country over that last several years. The information below ref...
Severe OSA increases cardiovascular risk after surgery
Sleep and Alzheimer's disease - article on impacts on this disorder
April 23, 2019
New Therapy for OSA
Video testimonial for Ryan relating to his EMF sensitivity
March 12, 2020
EMF sensitivity case study
Gene-site may be connected with Hypersomnolence
July 16, 2019
Women with sleep apnoea more likely to have cancer than men
An old breathing technique reborn
Emerging Science May Help Explain Excessive Sleepiness (ES) in Patients With OSA
Information linking advanced aging and untreated severe OSAS
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