Sleep Apnea – the Story of the Spouse That Snored

Besides the sound of your house being sawed in half, what happens when you snore? Your tongue’s so relaxed it caves in to the throat, blocking air passages. In rare cases, when snoring goes ballistic, sleep apnea is the diagnosis. The Greek word apnea literally means without breath. Three types […]

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Does Your Whistle Need Wetting?

That parched feeling in your mouth has a name – Xerostoma – a Greek word combining xero, dry, and stoma, mouth. Your chance of experiencing it increases with age, and 60% of all common medications can make it worse. Dry mouth can hinder eating and speaking, cause bad breath and […]

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