By: David Repasky

Why CPAP Compliance is Important & Tips on Improving Your Therapy

CPAP compliance measures how many hours and nights, you use your therapy, and if you use it often enough for effective treatment. Insurance companies are the usual monitors of how much you use your CPAP, but sometimes employers can track it too—especially if you drive for a living.... read more



By: Deep Shukla

Can obstructive sleep apnea negatively impact brain health?

Could obstructive sleep apnea affect a person’s cognitive function? ... read more



By: Julia Landwehr

Having Sleep Apnea Also Boosts Your Risk of Developing Long COVID, Study Shows

People with obstructive sleep apnea have an increased risk of developing long COVID. Obstructive sleep apnea is a fairly common condition that affects about 29.4 million adults in the U.S., and is characterized by gasping or snoring during sleep. Many risk factors for sleep apnea—including being older and having obesity—are also risk factors for COVID-19 outcomes.... read more



By: Feeling Healing ( YouTube)

Box Breathing Technique & Meditation || Pranayama - YouTube

If you'd like to go the extra mile and support me in making this my full time job, consider supporting me on Patreon for £2 a month here: https://www.patreon...... read more



By: Elizabeth Scott

Box Breathing Techniques and Benefits

Box breathing is a simple and effective stress relief technique. Read how to work it into your daily life, and why you should try it.... read more



By: Bob Frost

A New Generation of Dental Appliance - Townsend Letter

Bob Frost Dr. Joseph Da Cruz. On a quiet street in southern Australia, in a large examining room filled with natural light, dentist Joseph Da Cruz... read more



By: Zawn Villines Medically reviewed by Jennifer Archibald, DDS

What to know about Botox for TMJ dysfunction

Botox may help relieve the symptoms of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction. It may relax the jaw, reduce pain, and enable the person to open their mouth fully.... read more



By: Cynthia Stein, PT, MEd, and Karen Parker Davidson, DHA, MSA, MEd, MSN, ARPN

The Concussion Riddle And The Breathing Brain™

If your patient has a history of concussion or head trauma, it’s time to have a discussion about breathing disorders or OSA. Read this article about “the breathing brain.”... read more



By: Courtney Allison

Sleep and Heart Health: What to Know

A cardiologist and a sleep expert share why sleep is such a critical part of heart health, and ways to improve the quality of your ZZZs.... read more



By: Marlaina Donato and Kirby Baldwin

Sweet Lullaby: Better Sleep for Children

Sleep is essential for both survival and the ability to thrive, yet as children’s schedules get busier and they spend more time in front of screens, their average sleep time often decreases. While the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids between the ages of 6 and 12 get nine to 12 hours of sleep per night for optimal health, they’re regularly getting less, and about 15 to 25 percent of youngsters and adolescents have trouble falling and staying asleep. ... read more



By: Tionah Lee

Heather Rae El Moussa Reveals Her Newborn Son Had Tongue, Lip and Cheek Ties, and Jaundice

Heather Rae El Moussa is getting candid about an aspect of motherhood. On Monday, the Selling Sunset star shared that her and Tarek El Moussa's newborn son, Tristan, experienced some health setbacks that made breastfeeding an initial challenge.... read more




Why Being a "Mouth-Breather" Is Bad For You w/James Nestor | Joe Rogan - YouTube

Taken from JRE #1506 w/James Nestor: read more



By: By Kirsten Nunez

What Are the Advantages of Nose Breathing Vs. Mouth Breathing?

You very likely breathe without thinking about it. Your body does it automatically, without much — if any — conscious effort on your behalf. But it’s important to pay attention to how you breathe. In general, it’s healthier to breathe through your nose instead of your mouth. That’s because nose breathing is more natural and helps your body effectively use the air you inhale.... read more



By: Dr. Mary Bourke

Crooked Bites

The bones of young children are very susceptible to environmental influences both good and bad! ... read more



By: Medically reviewed by Gregory Minnis, DPT, Physical Therapy — By Gabrielle Kassel

10 Ways to Treat Your Fascia: Lose Pain and Cellulite

What is fascia and how does this tissue keep your body pain-free and cellulite-free? We’ll share 10 ways to keep your fascia healthy.... read more



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