added on: October 7, 2020

Living a healthy life requires (a). eating a balanced diet with moderations on sugar, alcohol, caffeine and fats; (b). getting ample exercise every day; (c). having positive social connections; not smoking; and, (e). getting sufficient sleep. When we think of sleep, however, it’s not just the hours between turning the… Read More…


added on: July 8, 2020

A good night’s sleep… That doesn’t sound like something that should be difficult for American adults. After all, with our busy schedules and non-stop list of to-do’s all day, you’d think sleep would be the easiest thing we do in a 24-hour period. Yet, for an estimated 1 in 3… Read More…



added on: December 4, 2019

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a potentially serious sleep disorder. It causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep. This type of apnea occurs when your throat muscles intermittently relax and block your airway during sleep. Snoring is typically associated with obstructive sleep apnea and often a precursor. Although… Read More…


added on: October 1, 2019

Although you may not associate a Macomb County dental office with helping you get a better night’s sleep, the two are definitely interconnected. The shape of your mouth and position of your jaws have much to do with efficient oxygen intake, especially during sleep while in a reclined position. Breathing… Read More…


added on: June 4, 2019

There is a physical reason why people snore. The same physical components also cause some children to snore as well as some breeds of dogs or cats. Snoring is a vibration that occurs in your throat caused by a narrowing of the upper airway. Snoring can be prompted by a… Read More…


added on: April 23, 2019

The weather is finally improving and Michigan residents are getting out and enjoying sunshine and fresh air again! After a long winter, the warmth feels good to body and soul. However, with warmer weather, we can no longer conceal those extra pounds under coats and sweaters. Thus, the realities of… Read More…


added on: March 27, 2019

Many of us remember Dad stretched out on the sofa on a Sunday afternoon, finally getting a well-deserved nap. Some of us remember his slumber with occasional snoring. Others may recall loud, window-rattling snores that our Mom amazingly endured nightly (which may have eventually parted them to separate bedrooms). Heavy… Read More…


added on: November 26, 2018

Over the past few decades, researchers have learned that the quality of one’s sleep has a great deal to do with overall health. Once thought that the brain was dormant while sleeping, it is now known that the brain is very active, especially during REM sleep. REM is an acronym… Read More…


added on: October 31, 2018

Sleep loss, even sporadically – such as from jet lag, or regular sleep disruptions experienced by shift workers – have been associated with obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome (conditions including high blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels… Read More…


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