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    • 02 NOV 18
    Millennials and Sleep Issues

    Millennials and Sleep Issues

    Those born between 1982 and 2004 are the very first generation raised entirely in the electronic age. Their 24 hour life style is driven by immersion in a digital world, personal portable technology and social networks. As such, this group is more accepting of technology and use it more intelligently. For example, they look to

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    • 03 OCT 18
    Untreated Sleep Apnea What Happens If I Do Nothing?

    Untreated Sleep Apnea What Happens If I Do Nothing?

    Whether we are awake or asleep, the process of breathing should be smooth and almost effortless. The intake of oxygen helps feed the brain, liver and other organs. When the airway becomes obstructed, oxygen levels decrease and carbon dioxide levels rise. Low oxygen levels make the heart work harder and damage organs and tissues.  

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    • 01 SEP 18
    Congratulations Leandra!

    Congratulations Leandra!

    Leandra Dutton, Dr. Roger Briggs assistant, recently completed a four month on-line on-demand course through the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorder Disciplines, where Dr. Briggs has been a Diplomate since May 2014. Originally founded in Arizona, with academies in Asia and Canada, the ACSDD holds a prominent place in the collaborative effort of research, testing

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    • 01 AUG 18
    Is it ADHD, or does your child have Sleep Apnea?

    Is it ADHD, or does your child have Sleep Apnea?

    “Not much is understood by parents about snoring or sleep apnea, especially in their children. The Stanford School of Medicine states that about 10% of children 10 years of age and younger snore and, of those children who snore, about 20% will have obstructive sleep apnea. Snoring can be a sign that your child has

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