Do you sleep with your mouth open or closed? Mouth breathing can be detrimental to sleep quality and overall health, and the fix is often as simple as a little piece of tape.
Most people don’t realize that mouth breathing is a complex health concern that can lead to sleep apnea, speech impediments, and improper facial growth.
Eight hours of sleep isn’t always enough. Author and Harvard physician, Dr. Eva Selhub, shares her tips for a quality night’s rest.
Some studies estimate that one in two women suffers from some form of sleep apnea. Here’s what to know.
The modern lifestyle has changed how our faces, necks, mouths, and airways have developed, affecting how we breathe during sleep and our ability to fully access deep sleep.
Something as simple as how you breathe while you sleep affects everything from your mood to your susceptibility to disease.
Oral appliances can work wonders for people with sleep apnea. Here’s how to know if an oral appliance is right for you.
Breathing through the mouth instead of the nose can impact your child’s development. Here’s what to look out for as a parent.
If you grind your teeth, you likely have sleep apnea. Here’s everything you need to know about what to expect from your dentist if you grind your teeth.
Here’s what happens if you have sleep apnea and how a dental appliance and breathing machine can change how you breathe at night.