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How Nighttime Use of Devices Hurts Rest, According to Sleep Science

March 8, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — sleepsnoringtmj @ 10:23 pm
A woman using her phone at night.

We’ve all been guilty of using our devices just a little bit too often. But did you know that by using your phone, tablet, computer or even your television right before you go to bed can negatively affect the quality of your sleep? According to sleep science, we can prove this to be the case. To learn the details on “blue light” and how this can affect you and your family’s sleep schedule, you’ll want to keep reading.


How Sleep Deprivation May Lead to Alzheimer’s

February 12, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — sleepsnoringtmj @ 1:46 pm
Alzheimer’s concept

There is evidence to suggest that exercise, a healthy diet, and lifelong learning can all help to prevent or slow down Alzheimer’s disease. But did you know that regularly getting enough sleep could also help you maintain a healthy brain? New research has shed a light on how sleep deprivation may lead to Alzheimer’s. Let’s talk about these findings and discuss what they may mean for you.


Sleep Apnea Insurance Coverage: What You Need to Know

January 7, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — sleepsnoringtmj @ 5:00 pm
A man yawning in bed.

Considering the fact that sleep apnea is a silent epidemic in the United States, there is no better time than now to get the treatment you need. The dangers of untreated obstructive sleep apnea include heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and many other complications. Of course, the question of paying for certain aspects of treatment, including the devices necessary to curb sleep apnea and the studies to diagnose it all come at a price. Before you set out for treatment, it’s worth taking the time to learn how your insurance can lower your overall costs. Here’s what sleep apnea insurance coverage generally looks like.

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