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07. 19. 2017

Sleep Apnea

Are You Getting Enough Exercise?

For many of us working long days in the office, we tend to forget the importance of exercise and the health benefits associated.  We make excuses to avoid going to the gym, and we place exercise at the bottom of the priority list most times.  Even as little as 15-30 minutes per day can make…

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07. 19. 2017

Sleep Apnea

Korea pushes for safety features in commerical vehicles

I thought I would share this recent article with you regarding the transportation industry and OSA. The United States Government is also formulating rules to make our trails, rails, air, and waterways safe http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20170713000777

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05. 19. 2017

Sleep Apnea

Are You Sleeping in the Right Position?

Let’s face it – most of us aren’t thinking about the position we sleep in when our head hits the pillow after a long workday.  Nevertheless, sleep position and sleep quality can have an incredible impact on chronic pain (back, head, neck, shoulder, etc.). A good night’s sleep allows your body to repair/heal itself and…

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05. 19. 2017

Recent News, Sleep Apnea

Long Work Hours & Staffing Shortages

For most people today, the typical workday no longer consists of a “9 to 5” schedule.  Nurses, for example, typically work a 12-hour shift (7am – 7pm or vice-versa).  People working the night shift may begin at 11pm or midnight, and they are getting ready for bed at 9am.  Our internal clocks are geared for…

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04. 06. 2017

Sleep Apnea

Shift Work Sleep Disorder (SWSD)

Do you work the night shift or know someone who does?  Approximately 20% of the US workforce is engaged in some type of shift work. To clarify, shift work means having a work schedule outside of the typical “9 to 5” day. This can mean a 12-hour shift, a night shift, or something like 6am…

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