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Snoring Sucks: 6 Couples Sound Off About This Noisy Nuisance

Katy Osborne | Posted 02.07.2017 | Healthy Living

Imagine one minute that you’re soaring through dreamland, on the back of a magical dragon no less, and the next, you’re jerked awake by what sound...

Detecting sleep apnea whilst you're awake using a new app

Adi Gaskell | Posted 01.16.2017 | Technology
Adi Gaskell

I'm told that I make a variety of rather loud and unusual noises when I sleep, but the prospect of visiting a sleep clinic is not one that particularl...

These Gadgets Are Designed To Save Your Sleep

The Huffington Post | Sarah Digiulio | Posted 01.09.2017 | Healthy Living

The rules about technology and sleep used to be so simple: Don’t mix them. Research has shown (fairly conclusively) that blue light from smartphone...

Are You Getting Older - Or Are You Getting Sleep Apnea?

Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine | Posted 11.15.2016 | Healthy Living
Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine

By Brandon R. Peters, MD As my 81-year-old grandma likes to remind me on occasion, "It's hell to get old." More than a nuisance, the cumulative dec...

It's Okay To Sleep Apart

Paul C. Rosenblatt | Posted 09.21.2016 | Healthy Living
Paul C. Rosenblatt

hey want desperately to get a better night's sleep. And they think things would be much better if they slept apart from their partners. But they are also afraid of what sleeping apart might cost them. So they keep on sharing a bed, hoping that tonight will be much better. But usually it is not.

Kelly Ripa's Trick To Get Her Husband To Stop Snoring Is Too Funny

The Huffington Post | Sarah Digiulio | Posted 09.06.2016 | Healthy Living

Sometimes sharing a bed is glorious. Sometimes it’s romantic. Sometimes it’s intimate. Sometimes it’s comforting. And other times it’s just no...

CPAP Doesn't Prevent Cardiovascular Events in Sleep Apnea, According to the NEJM, But Can That Be True?

Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine | Posted 09.06.2016 | Healthy Living
Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine

By Gerard J. Meskill, MD To the many patients who use or have been prescribed CPAP to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the recently published a...

The $149.6-Billion Reason You Shouldn't Ignore Your Snoring

The Huffington Post | Sarah Digiulio | Posted 08.12.2016 | Healthy Living

Noisy sleepers can be a nuisance for anyone sharing the bed. But snoring might also be a sign of a serious medical disorder that affects more than one...

This Magical Pillow Pledges To Keep You From Snoring

The Huffington Post | Abigail Williams | Posted 07.15.2016 | Healthy Living

There seems to be no limit in the creation of smart sleep-related products. There are temperature-regulating sheets for “thermally incompatible coup...

Dogs And The Couple's Bed

Paul C. Rosenblatt | Posted 07.12.2016 | Healthy Living
Paul C. Rosenblatt

Almost everyone I interviewed who slept with a dog or dogs smiled, laughed, or chuckled about it. They enjoyed, were amused by, liked, or otherwise felt positive about their doggy sleeping companions. And some also felt safer sleeping with a dog.

5 Of The Most Googled Health Questions, Answered

O, The Oprah Magazine | Ashley Sepanski | Posted 06.29.2016 | OWN

Mehmet Oz, MD, is the host of The Dr. Oz Show (weekdays; check local listings)....

Nightmares And Couple's Sleeping

Paul C. Rosenblatt | Posted 06.14.2016 | Healthy Living
Paul C. Rosenblatt

The sound of his snoring would become, as she slept, the snarling of a wolf or the roaring of a giant gorilla. If that's an issue for you and your partner, what will help reduce the nightmares is to reduce the snoring. For example, get the snorer to sleep on his or her side rather than back or to stop drinking alcohol in the evening.

A Sleep-Inducing Conversation -- We Hope!

Maureen Anderson | Posted 06.06.2016 | Books
Maureen Anderson

Have you ever visited a doctor or a dentist and been given something to relax so whatever it is wouldn't hurt as much? On one of those visits a few...

Snorers, What's in Your Sleep Space Can Help

Michelle Fishberg | Posted 05.12.2016 | Healthy Living
Michelle Fishberg

With nearly 45 percent of sleepers snoring at least occasionally, snoring is a common complaint in the bedroom, for the snorer, but more often, for the snorer's sleeping partner.

5 Signs That You Might Have Sleep Apnea

Kathleen Bennett, DDS | Posted 04.27.2016 | Healthy Living
Kathleen Bennett, DDS

More than just a nuisance during the day, poor sleep can be severely detrimental to your health. Sleeping well helps you look, feel and perform your best, and when you don't get enough quality sleep, you are putting yourself at risk.

Can Your Dentist Help Your Sleep?

David Cunnington | Posted 04.17.2016 | Healthy Living
David Cunnington

Dentists working in the area of dental sleep medicine usually have a good working relationship with local sleep physicians who can assist your dentist with investigating and managing sleep disorders if needed.

Is Snoring Bad for You?

David Cunnington | Posted 03.24.2016 | Healthy Living
David Cunnington

Snoring alone isn't associated with significant health problems but sleep apnea is, so it's important to measure whether sleep apnea is present to answer the question for people of whether snoring needs treatment.

The Dangers of Low Oxygen During Pregnancy

Martha Cortes, DDS | Posted 03.22.2016 | Healthy Living
Martha Cortes, DDS

The period of time between conception and birth holds tremendous power for the life-time health of the easily influenced growing human. During this 35-40 week pregnancy span an expectant mother must be in optimal health so that she can adequately supply her child with the nutrients needed for healthy development

This 80s Music Video Parody Captures The Struggle Of Sharing A Bed

The Huffington Post | Carolin Lehmann | Posted 03.16.2016 | Weddings

As anyone who shares a bed with a spouse or partner can attest, sleeping beside someone can cause some seriously restless nights. Kim and Penn Holder...

How to Sleep with a Snoring Partner: 9 Possibilities for Getting More and Better Sleep

Paul C. Rosenblatt | Posted 03.09.2016 | Healthy Living
Paul C. Rosenblatt

With poorer sleep your work life, friendships, memory, driving, and everything else you do in life may suffer. The snoring can even become a threat to your couple relationship. So if your partner's snoring is a problem for you, best to try to do something about it. Here are nine things that might help.

Good Sleep Is No Accident

Mark Hanson | Posted 11.18.2016 | Healthy Living
Mark Hanson

While sleep is a common cocktail conversation, it is often poorly appreciated and understood by patients and clinicians. By working together, patients, family members, care givers, researchers, and clinicians can find better ways to improve sleep.

How Tennis Balls Can Stop Your Partner From Snoring

OWN | Lynn Okura | Posted 10.08.2015 | OWN

If your partner's snoring is keeping you up at night, you're not alone. Dr. Dianne Augelli, a sleep medicine specialist, says that 75 percent of the c...

Treating High Blood Pressure and Sleep Apnea While You Sleep

B. Gail Demko, DMD | Posted 08.11.2016 | Healthy Living
B. Gail Demko, DMD

Fatigue, daytime sleepiness and moodiness are all well-known side effects of a bad night's sleep -- but many of my patients don't realize that serious sleep problems can affect not only mood and energy levels, but physical health, as well.

Why Snoring Gets Worse With Age And What You Can Do About It

The Huffington Post | Yagana Shah | Posted 01.19.2017 | Fifty

No, you're not imagining things. Your partner's snoring probably has gotten worse over the years. You've tried everything from ear plugs to sleeping i...

6 Mouth Exercises To Help You Snore Less

2013-02-21-grandparentslogo.jpg | Sara Schwartz | Posted 08.01.2015 | Fifty

SPECIAL FROM Bedmates of snorers, listen up: You may be able to retire those sleep-saving earplugs for good. A study released in M...