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Snoring: Mere Nuisance or Real Health Problem?

Several years ago, at the request of my wife—who put up with my snoring but was disturbed by the increasing frequency of episodes when I appeared to stop breathing—I got tested for sleep apnea. In case you aren’t familiar with this condition, apnea means “no breath,”…

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How to Get Better Sleep...Tonight

…sleeps better when it’s quiet. If you are sleep deprived because of noise disturbances you can’t control—such as street noise or a snoring bedmate (get them checked for sleep apnea!)—then you may want to consider using ear plugs. Another good solution is to use a white noise…

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How to Beat Metabolic Syndrome

…apnea, and it’s truly shocking how often the two conditions go hand in hand—and how seldom sleep apnea is diagnosed or treated. If you snore or have daytime sleepiness, talk to your doctor about getting tested for sleep apnea. To learn more about treatment at the Whitaker Wellness…

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The Reciprocal Relationship Between Blood Sugar and Sleep

…aren’t contributing to the problem. There are also a few natural sleep aids you can try, including melatonin and valerian. And if you snore, I suggest you get tested for sleep apnea. Now it’s your turn: What do you do to manage your blood sugar and sleep? You May Also Be Interested…

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