Category Archives: Sleep Apnea

There are two answers to this question, one wrong and one right. The wrong answer is that sleep dentistry is when they give you something to help you relax at the dentist’s office. This is properly called “sedation dentistry” because you aren’t truly asleep. You are conscious and able to respond to the dentist’s requests […]

The three main classes of sleep apnea are mild, moderate and severe. Even though there are different classes of sleep apnea they all need to be treated. In mild sleep apnea cases, a person can stop breathing as many as 15 times per hour while they sleep. Sleep Apnea has been linked to low testosterone, […]

A recent study has shown children who suffer from sleep disorders are more likely to exhibit similar symptoms as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, ADHD. This claim stems from a British study of 11,000 children from age six months until age six which found the children who experienced interrupted sleep from snoring or other sleep apnea […]