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Why You're Waking Up Tired - Lacking Energy & Drive

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Why You're Waking Up Tired - Lacking Energy & Drive

Do you ever wake up feeling like you've barely slept at all? You're not alone. Millions of people around the world suffer from sleep deprivation, and it's taking a toll on their energy levels, productivity, and overall health. In this article, we discuss reasons why people wake up tired and offer some solutions to help you get more restful sleep. We also answer a few commonly asked questions about daytime grogginess and sleep products. So if you're looking for ways to feel more energized during the day, keep reading! Waking Up Tired and No Energy? You may be waking up...

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33 Tips For Better Sleep

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33 Tips For Better Sleep

Imagine if there was a way to finally reduce or stop your snoring, improve your sleep, and feel well-rested throughout your day. For years, I struggled with sleep problems as a snorer. Waking up feeling tired, keeping my bed partner awake, and tossing aside countless “snoring solutions” that didn’t solve my issues was VERY FRUSTRATING. These struggles led me to develop the VitalSleep anti-snoring mouthpiece so I and others could finally get the quality sleep we deserve. Utilizing the VitalSleep mouthpiece, which gently moves the lower jaw forward to keep the airway open, I now sleep better. This also led...

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Daily Exercises To Help Sleep Apnea & Snoring

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Daily Exercises To Help Sleep Apnea & Snoring

One of the symptoms of sleep apnea is snoring, which can be pretty disturbing for you or your sleeping partner. To avoid such issues, it is typical to want to snore less. But how do you avoid snoring using scientifically-backed methods?      Research has shown that people who snore are more likely to get better after a series of mouth and throat exercises that tone the muscles along the airway. The same exercises have been shown to improve symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea. So, what are these exercises? We’ll review the best exercises to help relieve sleep apnea and experience...

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How Diet, Food & What You Eat Can Effect Sleep Apnea

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How Diet, Food & What You Eat Can Effect Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a medical condition mostly prevalent in Western countries. Its effects spread across the population, affecting 10-17% of adult men in the US and 3-9% of adult women in the US. Obstructive sleep apnea is also rising as the number of people with obesity increases.  But why is sleep apnea a problem?  Sleep apnea has health implications as it increases the risk of people getting other chronic health conditions like cognitive dysfunction, daytime sleepiness, high blood pressure, anxiety, and overall risk of death. In fact, cardiovascular disease risk is twice as high in people suffering from moderate to...

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Inspire For Sleep Apnea - What Is It & How It Works

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Inspire For Sleep Apnea - What Is It & How It Works

Inspire is a new treatment for sleep apnea that uses upper airway stimulation (UAS) to open your airway during sleep. This treatment is especially a great option for people with severe obstructive sleep apnea who cannot use or do not respond well to continuous positive airway pressure therapy. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when your key airway muscles intermittently relax and collapse during sleep, blocking your airway. This causes you to snore and can also cause pauses in your breathing. These pauses in breathing can last from a few seconds to minutes and can happen multiple times each night. The device...

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