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Sleep Apnea & Snoring

Snoring can be a sign of a serious sleep breathing disorder called sleep apnea. When you go to sleep muscles in your body tend to relax. This includes the muscles in the throat and upper airway. This relaxation causes a narrowing of the airway and can cause difficultly breathing at night. Snoring is caused by…more info.

 

RLS

Restless Legs Syndrome is a movement disorder that involves an intense urge to move your legs at bedtime. These sensations are hard to describe but many say they feel like “creepy” or “crawly”. It is much different from a leg muscle cramp. When you are sitting still‚ the sensation ismore info.

 

Insomnia

Insomnia sometimes holds our sleep hostage because of temporary stresses due to our jobs family or even jet lag. This kind of insomnia typically last for less than a month and resolves itself when the stress reduces. However many people will havemore info.

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