• Woman Suffering from Sleep Deprivation

    The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Your Body

    Original Post | Healthline May 15 2020 The following is a fantastic article describing the effects of sleep deprivation on your body, broken down by system. Medically reviewed by Stacy Sampson, D.O., Family Medicine — Written by Stephanie Watson and Kristeen Cherney on May 15, 2020 If you’ve ever spent a night tossing and turning, you already know how you’ll feel the […]

  • Sleep Apnea and Erectile Dysfunction

    Can Sleep Apnea Cause Erectile Dysfuntion?

    Original Post | Posted by Sleep Review Staff | Sep 16, 2021 | Obstructive Sleep Apnea  VeryWell: Sleep apnea can take a toll on the hormonal balances in the male body, leading to problems including erectile dysfunction.  Numerous studies have linked healthy sleep to healthy sex. While sleep deprivation can cause mood and relationship problems, the bigger issue is how sleep disorders can […]

  • Truck-Drivers-Resting-in-their-Rigs

    Philips CPAP Recall Leaves Truck Drivers with Sleep Apnea Between a Rock and a Hard Place

    If you are a truck driver, or if you have a job that mandates you treat your sleep apnea, you may want to think about having back up therapy for your OSA.  That could include a second CPAP or an alternative to CPAP, such as oral appliance therapy.  Some of our patients that use CPAP, […]

  • Eye Open Expression

    A Sleep Study’s Eye-Opening Findings

    Posted by Sleep Review Staff | Aug 4, 2021  A new MIT study looks at how the length of time a person sleeps may impact their sense of well-being. Subjectively, getting more sleep seems to provide big benefits: Many people find it gives them increased energy, emotional control, and an improved sense of well-being. But a new study […]

  • Meditation

    5 reasons to start practicing mindfulness and how it can help you

    Original Article CCN Health By Jen Rose Smith, CNN (CNN)Are you paying attention? Maybe not. We spend nearly half our waking lives with wandering minds, Harvard University scientists found over a decade ago. When you’re trying to get something done — such as reading an article about mindfulness, for example — that wandering mind can derail your […]

  • Diabetic Woman

    Diabetics who sleep badly are at greater risk of dying prematurely, study suggests

    Original Article | CNN Health By Sandee LaMotte, CNN (CNN)People with diabetes who had trouble falling or staying asleep were 87% more likely to die of any cause over the next nine years than people without diabetes or sleep problems, a new study finds. Poor sleep linked to weight gain in 2-year smartphone sleep tracking […]