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Sleep Apnea

12. 12. 2016

Recent News, Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea and Type 2 Diabetes

Have you just been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes?  And if so, would you ever think it could be related to your Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?  According to recent studies, the majority of people with Type II Diabetes also have Sleep Apnea.  Out of those suffering from Diabetes, many have undiagnosed OSA, which leads to…

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12. 12. 2016

Recent News, Sleep Apnea

CPAP Compliance Requirements

We all know someone who started using a CPAP machine, and then within a month or two, it ended up in a box in the closet. CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) has long been the “Gold Standard” for the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) if used properly.  The drawback is patient compliance. The term…

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11. 14. 2016

Recent News, Sleep Apnea

Exercise & OSA

A common medical condition that Dr. Klein provides treatment for at Michigan Head & Neck Institute is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). For those who are not familiar with OSA, it is classified as upper airway obstruction during sleep. While there are many ways to treat OSA, this Blog is going to focus on apnea exercises…

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10. 27. 2016

Recent News, Sleep Apnea

Sleep Disturbance in patients taking opioid medication

Did you know that lack of sleep can increase pain, and pain can create problematic sleep? It is a vicious cycle that affects many people who are being treated for chronic pain. For people taking high doses of opiods (Vicodin, Percocet, Codeine, etc.), these medications can interrupt normal brain activity, leading to poor quality of…

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