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Posts With Category: ‘Sleep Research’

What is Involved in a Balloon Sinuplasty Procedure?

Man clutching nose with sinus issues
October 24th, 2018

Chronic sinusitis is a common illness that’s characterized by inflammation in the nose and sinuses that don’t go away even after you take medication. This can cause uncomfortable symptoms that linger for months on end, but many patients can get relief from a procedure called balloon sinuplasty. In this blog, the board-certified physicians at eos […]

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Are Sleep Studies a Painful Procedure?

Smiling doctor looking at patient lying in bed
October 18th, 2018

What Are Sleep Studies? Sleep studies are performed to diagnose persistent sleep disturbances. When issues like insomnia last for a long time, it may indicate a serious, underlying problem. A sleep study gathers the data needed for sleep specialists to determine the root cause. Who’s a Good Candidate? Anyone suffering persistent sleep difficulties can benefit […]

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Do Catnaps Affect Sleep Disorders?

woman napping on the couch
February 10th, 2017

Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea can leave you feeling tired throughout the day and craving a nap in the hopes of making it through everything you have to do. Even if you’re spending enough time in bed, a sleep disorder can leave you feeling anxious and exhausted the next day. In this blog, the […]

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What is Sleep Apnea?

woman with sleep apnea yawning
November 21st, 2016

In recent years, sleep apnea is becoming a familiar topic of conversation in the media. As awareness grows, more and more people are wondering if they may have the condition. So, what is sleep apnea and how do you know if you have it?

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When We Don’t Sleep Enough, We Eat Too Much: Here’s Why

Many have long-suspected that lack of sleep leads to unhealthy eating habits and weight gain. A new study published in the journal SLEEP is helping to explain exactly why this is the case.

April 25th, 2016
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