Posts With Category: ‘Snoring’
What Happens if I Don’t Treat My Snoring?
Snoring not only disturbs your sleep partner, but it can also be a symptom of a serious medical condition if left untreated. Why Do People Snore When They Sleep? People snore when they sleep because they are unable to pass air freely from the nose to the throat. This restriction causes the tissues inside the […]Read More
Does Snoring Always Mean You Have Sleep Apnea?
You may have heard that snoring is a symptom of sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder. But does that mean if you snore, you definitely have sleep apnea? What is snoring? Snoring is the sound that’s made when air flows past the tissues in the back of your throat. It happens when the tissues relax […]Read More
Is My Diet Related to Snoring?
What is snoring? Snoring is a sound caused by excessive vibration of soft tissue when air passes across it. Many millions of people suffer from this very common condition. In some cases, it can be benign and cause no other health complications. However, it can also point to more serious underlying issues. What causes snoring? […]Read More
Can Snoring Go Away On Its Own?
Snoring is quite common, and it can affect you in many negative ways, from interrupting your sleep to serving as an indication of sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder. In this blog, the board-certified sleep doctors of eos sleep in NYC explain whether snoring can go away on its own: What is snoring? Snoring is […]Read More
When Does Snoring Become A Problem?
You – and your partner – may think of your snoring as an annoyance, but nothing to be concerned about. In some cases, however, snoring can be a problem that creates some serious health risks. In this blog, the sleep specialists at eos sleep explain more about how and when snoring can become a problem. What […]Read More
Can Snoring Be Fatal?
Snoring is often viewed as just a nuisance or is even the subject of jokes, but it can be a symptom of something much more serious. In this blog, the sleep specialists at eos sleep discuss the effects that snoring has on your health and whether it can actually be fatal. What is snoring, and […]Read More
Can Spring Affect my Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea affects millions of Americans, and if you suffer from this disorder, your symptoms can get even worse in the spring. In this blog, the board-certified ear, nose, and throat doctors at eos sleep explain why sleep apnea can get worse during spring – and what you can do about it. What is sleep […]Read More
How Much Is My Snoring Affecting My Partner?
If you snore, it can have a huge impact on your quality of sleep and overall well-being. Snoring doesn’t just affect you, however. If you have a sleep partner, his or her rest is also disrupted, and they – and your relationship – can also suffer negative effects. In fact, many times your partner is […]Read More
Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea & Snoring
One of the most common symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder, is chronic snoring. This disorder is associated with repeated pauses during sleep, which can leave you gasping for air. You might not fully awaken and be aware that this is happening, but you may feel excessively sleepy during the day or […]Read More
What Causes Snoring?
Snoring is a problem that affects about 45% of men and 30% of women, but it’s often not taken very seriously. If you snore habitually, however, your health and well-being could be seriously affected. It can also be associated with sleep apnea, a potentially dangerous sleep disorder. In this blog, the board-certified sleep doctors at […]Read More
Dangers of Untreated Sleep Apnea
If you have sleep apnea, it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis and receive effective treatment for this serious disorder. It can cause short- and long-term health issues that may affect your well-being in serious ways if left untreated. What is sleep apnea? This very common disorder causes breathing to pause repeatedly during sleep. These […]Read More
Should I Worry About Snoring in Children?
Children and snoring is a common problem that a lot of parents face. If your child snores, you may be worrying about the medical implications. Snoring is well-known as one of the major indicators of sleep apnea, a serious medical condition. In many cases, snoring in children is fairly harmless, but if it persists for […]Read More
Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatments
It’s no surprise that snoring is to blame for not getting enough sleep at night, but it can also signal sleep apnea. For some, snoring is just an annoyance, but for many, it’s a sign of a serious medical condition known as sleep apnea. Those who suffer from sleep apnea experience pauses in breathing throughout […]Read More
Warning Signs that Your Snoring is Serious
Many people view snoring as simply an annoyance. Either out of embarrassment or because you don’t view is as a serious problem, you may have never mentioned it to your doctor. As tempting as it is to ignore the problem, it could be caused by a serious medical condition. If your snoring is severe, you […]Read More
Consequences of Sleep Deprivation
Most people know that sleep is important, but not everyone understands just how dangerous sleep deprivation can be. Sleep (just like water, food, and air) is a necessity for all humans. While you sleep, your body is hard at work, restoring, strengthening and rejuvenating itself. Researchers suggest that the average amount of sleep needed to […]Read More