Is Your Child’s Behavior a Symptom of Sleep Apnea? This entry was posted in Uncategorized - Sleep apnea has been linked to: Obesity Heart disease Diabetes Sudden cardiac death Atrial fibrillation Brain damage And Alzheimer’s   The symptoms of sleep apnea in adults are fairly obvious. The most common is snoring, followed by waking in the morning without feeling rested. This can lead to confusion, memory issues, mood swings, and the... View Article
Is Sleep Apnea in Children Causing Behavioral Problems in School? This entry was posted in Uncategorized - Though nearly 25 million Americans suffer from this common sleep disorder, sleep apnea affects us all differently. While some people find it impossible to stay awake during the daylight hours, others may simply suffer from “fuzzy headedness” or even headaches. In children, these symptoms may be hard to pinpoint because it’s difficult for them to... View Article
Sleep Apnea and Job Performance: Are Poor Sleeping Habits Costing You That Promotion? This entry was posted in Uncategorized - Adults with sleep apnea often report: Waking tired or groggy Feeling “fuzzy Headed” or unable to concentrate Having trouble remembering or recalling things (even when they’ve just been exposed to them) Finding themselves “spacing out” Having difficulty concentrating on one task at a time   If you hold any type of job where your mental... View Article