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Can Sleep Apnea Cause Panic Attacks?

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder which is characterized by hypopnea. This is a decrease in breathing during sleep or apnea which is a pause in breathing during one’s sleep. This is a very serious condition and it can lead to a lot of different health complications including death.

Some patients with sleep apnea may have mental health disorders like depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety or panic disorders. During sleep apnea, the brain receives a “panic” signal which jerks the body awake and helps you resume breathing. This leads...

  • Mar 27, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)

    What Kind of Snorer Are You?

    There are many factors that cause snoring in humans and just as many snoring remedies. There are also several signs that indicate there might be a more serious problem causing the snoring. Some of the...

  • Mar 18, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)

    Are Snoring Aids The Best Answer?

    There are hundreds of snoring aids on the market, but which ones are the best? Do they really work? If you struggle with snoring, you know that it’s not just annoying, but it could also...

  • Mar 05, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (2)

    Side Effects of Sleep Apnea Devices

    Sleep Apnea is a serious disorder that interrupts an individual’s breathing while they are asleep. Individuals may repeatedly stop breathing and resume again, which is cause for serious alarm. Sleep Dentists are continuously working toward...

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    Feb 27, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)

    Silence The Snore With Anti-Snoring Devices

    Nothing makes you run to the hills faster than a snoring partner bed partner.  But before you pack your sleeping bag and head out, keep reading  to learn about how you can help silence the...

  • Feb 20, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)

    Clenching Your Teeth During Sleep-Use A Sleep Apnea Mouth Guard

    Some people tend to clench and grind their teeth in sleep. A common way to treat this is to use a sleep apnea mouth guard.  While teeth clenching and grinding is considered normal if done...

  • Feb 13, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)

    Paralyzed During Sleep? Call A Sleep Doctor

    Imagine waking up in the middle of the night and not knowing why you can’t move your body, a sleep doctor/sleep dentist may have the answer.  It can be a scary feeling like something sitting...