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6 Quick Fixes for Snoring

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 04/15/2014
New Jersey Sleep Apnea

Did you know that 45 percent of adults snore, whether it is an occasional occurrence or a chronic problem? More importantly, about 75 percent of individuals who snore suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a serious condition in which the sufferer temporarily stops breathing periodically throughout the night, due to the throat muscles…

Obstructive Sleep Apnea 101

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 04/01/2014

If you have been told that you are a chronic heavy snorer or if you often wake up each morning feeling more exhausted than when you went to sleep the night before, you might be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Likewise, if you feel extremely sleepy and fight to keep your eyes open throughout…

What Is the Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Insomnia?

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Wed 07/27/2011

What is the relationship between sleep apnea and insomnia? Both sleep apnea and insomnia are types of sleep disorders but one does not cause the other. Sleep apnea consists of abnormal pauses in breathing during the night. Apnea refers to these pauses in breathing that linger from a few seconds to a few minutes. They…

Can Snoring Affect Your Marriage?

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 07/19/2011

Snoring is a most common problem plaguing the world. Studies show that almost 46% of the male and 30% of the female populace in the world snore on a regular basis. The question remains as to how snoring can affect your marriage. Well it most certainly can. But before diving into that topic, let us…

Identifying Sleep Apnea in New Jersey Children

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 07/15/2011

Sleep apnea in children is still often under diagnosed. It is estimated that up to 12 percent of kids snore and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects from one to ten percent of children. While both children and adults can develop sleep apnea, it is important to realize that the effects on a child from sleep…

Sleep Apnea and Weight Gain

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 07/08/2011

According to the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, more than 12 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea, the most common form of sleep disordered breathing, and most people are unaware that they even have it. Sleep apnea occurs when throat muscles, which stay tense while awake, relax during sleep, allowing the airway to collapse…

Sleep Apnea and Heart Disease

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 06/24/2011

Many fatalities among people in their 40s and older are attributed to heart disease and transportation accidents. Many researchers now say that this may actually be related to an unseen epidemic of snoring and sleep apnea. OSA, or sleep apnea is the frequent stoppage of breathing caused by relaxed tissues in the throat during sleep….

Link Between Sleep Apnea and Eye Disorders

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 06/17/2011

When you’ve got an distressing eye disorder, your world can stop dead in it’s tracks, but what if the condition with your eyes, however, had something to do with your sleep habits? Well, that’s exactly what one recent study has found in regard to an eye disorder called floppy eyelid syndrome (FES). A British study…

New Jersey Doctors Use Oral Appliances Stop Snoring

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 06/03/2011

It turns out that many people are unaware that specially educated and trained dentists can construct, fit and manage a small, comfortable device that fits in the mouth that can control snoring and sleep apnea. Dentistry has developed more than 80 small oral appliances, much like two sided sports mouth guards, that can give support…

Danger of CPAP Machines

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Wed 05/25/2011

CPAP, or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, is used to treat obstructive sleep apnea and severe snoring. CPAP machines force pressurized air through a hose and mask in order to open up the airways and improve breathing during sleep. Many CPAP users experience a number of problems when beginning treatment, and some worry that CPAP machines…