How can I tell if my partner has sleep apnea? If they keep you awake with their loud snoring, it’s possible since snoring is one of the main signs of sleep apnea. The confusing part is not everyone with sleep apnea snores, … Continue reading →
You have heard all about sleep apnea, but never thought you could have it. After your partner got frustrated listening to you snore all night and hearing you wake up multiple times, you finally got evaluated. You were told you have sleep apnea and have been living with it for a while. … Continue reading →
Have you ever been about to fall asleep when suddenly you have this unrelenting urge to move your legs? Maybe it has only happened once or twice, or maybe it is more chronic. One thing you do know is that the feeling is strange and you must move your legs. … Continue reading →
Half the population snores at some point in their life, and 40 – 45% of adult men and 24 – 30% of women snore regularly. It may be annoying to your sleep partner, and you may wake up with a dry mouth, … Continue reading →
Good sleep habits, also called sleep hygiene, can help you get a good night’s sleep.
Here are a few tips:
Try to go to sleep at the same time each night and get up at the same time each morning. Try not to take naps during the day, … Continue reading →