Sleep is key to curing chronic pain
Sep 21, 2016/Sleep Therapy
'I won't be able to cope with my pain if I don't sleep well.' Based on this complaint, new research from the University of Warwick...VIEW FULL DETAILS
Does sleep affect child obesity?
Sep 10, 2016/Sleep Therapy, Nutrition
One in five Mexican-American children is obese, according to national statistics. While scientists agree that diet and exercise play a role in obesity, studies also...VIEW FULL DETAILS
What Happens to Your Brain When You Don't Sleep
Sep 01, 2016/Sleep Therapy
You know you have a hard time functioning when you're running low on sleep.
You're cranky, sluggish, tired. But what's actually going on in your brain...VIEW FULL DETAILS
Understanding and Recognizing Mouth Breathing
Apr 20, 2016/Airway Orthodontics
Physiology of Breathing
Normal breathing is done through the nose. Each nostril functions independently and synergistically to filter, warm, moisturize, dehumidify and smell the air.
Babies are...VIEW FULL DETAILS
What You Need to Know If Your Child Snores, Grinds or Is a Mouth Breather
Apr 08, 2015/Sleep Therapy
“Sleeping like a baby” is how we describe a perfect night’s sleep — restful and restorative. For children, sleep is a time of growth and...VIEW FULL DETAILS