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Nasal Breathing VS Mouth Breathing

Nasal Breathing VS Mouth Breathing

Human beings can either breathe through their noses or mouths (sometimes a bit of both). While both nasal and oral breathing performs the basic task of getting air into your lungs, each breathing type is not created equal. There are important distinctions between...

4 Conditions Related to Sleep Apnea

4 Conditions Related to Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea can be a difficult condition to manage on its own, but there are several additional conditions that relate to Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Let’s explore four conditions that may accompany OSA. Hypertension Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is linked to high...

Dentistry and Brain Fog

Brain fog is a term that has been popularized within the sleep and wellness community. It is cited commonly as being a condition resulting from sleep and airway disorders. What is Brain Fog? First, what is it not? It is not a specific medical disease or condition....