Treating Sleep Apnea

Many people may assume their sleep apnea symptoms—snoring, excessive daytime fatigue, morning headaches—to be commonplace, everyday occurrences. The truth is, you do not have to endure sleep apnea. Treatments are available and oftentimes prove effective in producing a sharp decline in symptom occurrence.  Although treating sleep apnea is difficult, it can be beneficial for your…

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TMJ Syndrome

The temporomandibular joint consists of not just the jaw joint but also the discs, muscles and ligaments that ensure the joints can do their job. All the parts of the joint work together so that you can open and close your mouth, bite, chew, speak and yawn. Anything that interferes with this complex system can…

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TMJ Symptoms

The temporomandibular joint, which connects the jaw to the skull, can become injured or damaged through overuse, injury or disease. This can lead to a disorder called temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ. Temporomandibular joint disorder can cause pain and dysfunction but typically responds well to conservative and minimally invasive therapies. If you have this condition,…

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TMJ Relief

TMJ, or temporomandibular joint disorder, can be a serious problem for the millions of Americans who struggle with this painful condition. If you have TMJ pain, your primary goal is likely to find relief from the discomfort and dysfunction. Jaw pain may come and go, or it may be chronic. You may experience pressure, feelings…

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TMJ Pain

The temporomandibular joint, or jaw joint, might be one of the most important joints in your body. Without it, you could not easy or speak. It moves forward, backward, up, down and from side to side thanks to the many individual components in this complex joint. However, if anything goes wrong with any of these…

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TMJ Disorder

TMJ syndrome is a painful condition that affects millions of Americans. The temporomandibular joint connects the lower jaw to the skull. This complex joint is made to hinge open and closed and to slide forward and backward and from side to side. TMJ disorder can lead to pain, a decreased range of motion and dysfunction.…

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Sleep Apnea Treatment

Snoring is a part of life, right? Many people may think this and other symptoms of sleep apnea are entirely untreatable. Most people with sleep apnea can benefit from treatment, so long as the correct type is administered. Our sleep apnea treatment expert crafts an individualized treatment plan based on the symptoms and medical history…

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Sleep Apnea Therapy

Identifying sleep apnea can be difficult, as the most tell-tale symptoms like snoring and multiple episodes of breathing cessation occur during sleep. For many sleep apnea sufferers, it is their sleeping partner who first alerts them to the symptoms, as some can cause disruption during sleep. However sleep apnea is identified, treatment should be sought…

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Sleep Apnea Testing

Before sleep apnea treatment can be addressed, a proper diagnosis must be determined. Diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can be difficult, as the disorder manifests itself while you sleep. Sleep apnea testing occurs either in a sleep study at a sleep center or an at-home sleep test.

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Sleep Apnea Test

Because sleep apnea symptoms occur during sleep (of course), the disorder can be a tricky one to diagnose. Many people with sleep apnea do not even know they are loudly snoring at night until a partner tells them. Often the sudden awakenings that occur as a part of sleep apnea are not remembered upon waking…

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