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Healthy Sleeping Habits

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Mon 09/28/2015

  Getting adequate sleep during the night can be difficult whether or not you suffer from sleep apnea. If you find it hard to fall — or stay — asleep at night, Dr. Ivan F. Stein and his team of sleep experts at New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions are here to help with a list…

The Importance of Weight Loss in Treating Sleep Apnea

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 08/28/2015

Approximately 70 percent of people who have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are overweight or obese. If you are overweight and are experiencing sleep apnea symptoms, losing just 10 percent of your body weight could lead to a significant decline in, and possibly an elimination of, these symptoms. In this blog post, the sleep apnea experts…

How Sleep Apnea Affects Your Health

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Wed 07/22/2015

You may have heard that sleep apnea can lead to a higher risk of some health conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, stroke and diabetes. Recent studies have even linked sleep apnea to an early decline in cognitive mental health. Below we review some other health risks associated with sleep apnea that may surprise you. Additional…

Study Ties Sleep Apnea to Earlier Mental Decline

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 05/22/2015

You may have heard that sleep apnea leads to an increased risk of certain health conditions, including stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure and diabetes. However, did you know that it can also lead to diminished mental function? In a recent study, researchers found a correlation between sleep apnea and early cognitive mental decline. What…

Children and Snoring

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Wed 05/06/2015

Some if not most children snore on occasion, and about 10 percent or more snore on most nights. Snoring is a noise that occurs during sleep when the child is breathing in and there is some obstruction of air passing through the back of the mouth. The opening and closing of the air passage causes…

Find the Healthiest Sleep Position

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Thu 04/23/2015

Did you know that your sleep position could affect aspects of your health and appearance? Certain common sleep positions are known for causing body aches and pains and contributing to wrinkles and breast sagginess. What’s more — certain sleep positions can make snoring (fromobstructive sleep apnea) worse. Here, Dr. Ivan F. Stein and the New…

Study Suggests Link between Fatty Liver and Sleep Apnea

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 03/31/2015

New research has surfaced showing a possible connection betweenobstructive sleep apnea and fatty liver disease, both of which affect tens of millions of Americans yet often go undiagnosed. Here, the team at New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions explains the findings and what they could mean for your health. What the New Research Revealed Last year,…

How Sleep Apnea Affects Your Sleep Cycle

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 02/17/2015

Have you ever wondered what happens after your head hits the pillow every night? Normally, your body enters a specific sleep cycle, which is essential for maintaining a strong memory, restoring physical energy and other physiological functions. You need deep, restorative sleep for your mental and physical health. However, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a condition…

What’s the Difference Between Obstructive and Central Sleep Apnea?

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 01/13/2015

Sleep apnea can be a scary condition, given that individuals who suffer from it unconsciously temporarily stop breathing many times throughout the night. In fact, some people with sleep apnea can suffer hundreds of episodes each night. The first step in treating sleep apnea is to understand what it is. This includes recognizing the difference…

Sleep Apnea on the Rise in the U.S.

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 10/28/2014

It is official: Sleep apnea is on the rise in the United States. According to data published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, the approximated prevalence rates of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in the U.S. have increased significantly over the past two decades. This is most likely due to the rise in the incidence of…