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Alternative Sleep Apnea Treatments

If you are wondering how to treat sleep apnea, there are many alternative sleep apnea treatments available that could help you achieve a great night’s sleep. These treatments can help you breathe more easily without the high costs and inconvenience of conventional sleep apnea treatment. Positional Therapy You could consider positional therapy for sleep apnea…

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The Link Between Sleep Position and Sleep Quality

Posted to WebMD by Jennifer Soong Stacey Sanner, 51, a PR consultant in Seattle and avid runner, is partial to sleeping on her right side. In her 20s, following a knee injury, she switched her primary sleep position from her stomach to her side and added a pillow between her legs. Through this process, she…

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How Your Sleep Position Could Affect Your Brain

Posted to the Huffington Post by Neha Kashyap, dailyRx News Reporter Are you a back or a stomach sleeper? The way you sleep may be linked to the likelihood of neurological decline. Let’s discuss an important issue that can affect your health: “How does your sleep positions affect your brain?” Researchers from Stony Brook University…

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Sleeping Positions During Pregnancy

(Posted to The American Pregnancy Organization) During pregnancy you may find yourself wrestling in bed trying to get comfortable before falling asleep. Unfortunately, your regular sleeping positions may no longer work for you during pregnancy. Knowing the best sleep positions during pregnancy can improve your rest and ensure safety for your baby. There are a…

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Safest Sleep Positions During Pregnancy

Posted by Barbara Sande Dimmitt in Parenting When you’re pregnant, getting comfortable at night is no easy feat. After all, your back is aching, your legs are cramping, and your belly is threatening to take over the bed. On top of all that, you can add yet another nighttime inconvenience: figuring out which position is…

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Sleep Positions and Your Brain

Posted By Joan Evans for Neuro-BSCOM Have you ever wondered how sleep positions affect your brain? Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for survival. Good, consistent sleep keeps your immune system functioning properly, reduces the risk of disease, and keeps your brain sharp. Think about all the nights when you lost a few hours…

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Sleeping Beside a Snoring Partner

How to Sleep Restfully with a Snoring Partner You love them to death, but why do they have to snore so loud?! Getting a peaceful night’s sleep can be difficult for those who slumber next to snoring partners. People who report sleeping next to snorers also report higher levels of fatigue, more arguments, and lower…

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Signs and Symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea – And What You Can Do About It Do you snore loudly and find yourself waking up in the middle of the night? Are you feeling especially fatigue during the day? Does a partner note that you often wake up gasping or choking, or you suddenly stop breathing…

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The Mechanics of Side-Sleeping

The Correlation Between Your Sleeping Position and Health You may have been sleeping in the same position for many years now. Perhaps you tend to lie flat on your back or flop over onto your stomach for most the night. You may flail your arms open or bring in your knees. You probably have your…

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Side-Sleeping and Pregnancy

How to Sleep Soundly During Pregnancy During pregnancy, so many things change that it’s hard to keep up. While most women plan to lose sleep once their baby is born, many women underestimate how much their sleeping habits will change during the pregnancy. As your abdomen grows and back pain kicks in, you’ll likely find…

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