5 Ways to Feel More Energized in the Morning

Categories: Sleep Disorders
energized in the morning

Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley CA The world has morning people. Then there’s the rest of us. Is any sound more annoying than an alarm clock in the morning when you’re sleeping peacefully? How many of us hit “snooze” more than once every morning before finally dragging ourselves out of bed? No one wants to feel […]

How Scotts Valley Dentists Help you Stop Snoring

Categories: Sleep Disorders

SANTA CRUZ, SCOTTS VALLEY CA Restful sleep is crucial for good overall health. Unfortunately, sleep apnea sufferers have trouble sleeping through the night. In addition, many people with sleep apnea are unaware of their condition. As a result, sleep apnea may cause you to wake up tired and grumpy. Scotts Valley sleep apnea dentists can […]

Does Lack of Sleep Affect your Mental Health?

Categories: Sleep Disorders
snoring and mental health

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ CA Every day, people all over the world wake up and feel unrested. According to the CDC, more than one in three Americans struggle with sleeping regularly. Even though adults aged 18 to 60 should get a minimum of seven hours of sleep per night, many fail to do so and […]

The Connection between Tongue Ties and Sleep Apnea

Categories: Sleep Disorders
tongue tie and sleep apnea

Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz CA Do you know what a restricted lingual frenum is? This phrase is the technical term for a tongue tie. This occurs when the lingual frenum—also known as the band of tissue connecting the tongue to the floor of the mouth—is either too short or too thick. Approximately 10% of babies […]

5 Ways to get your Sleep Schedule Back on Track after Summer

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sleep schedule

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ CA People tend to be more active during summer. Perhaps it is the longer daylight hours or, the warmer weather beckoning you to attend social gatherings late into the evenings. Young adults and teens often do away with their usual sleep routine, staying up late and sleeping in the next day. […]

How to get Better Quality Sleep to Boost your Energy and Focus

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quality sleep

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ CA Navigating life with low energy levels could feel like an uphill battle, even when it comes to simple tasks. Unfortunately, an inability to focus can compound your frustration and make things more difficult. For some people, consuming a dietary supplement, energy drink, or coffee is a regular occurrence when they […]

What’s Sleep Divorce and how to Prevent it in your Marriage

Categories: Sleep Disorders
sleep divorce

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ, CA Sleep divorce is a coined term meaning couples that sleep in separate beds. Many couples sleep apart because one or both partners snore loudly, which disrupts their loved one’s sleep. It’s become a popular term, and the internet highlights many articles on sleep divorce. However, these articles don’t tell you […]

6 Unexpected ways Sleep Apnea can Ruin your Life

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sleep apnea ruin your life

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ, CA Sleep apnea is a disorder that impedes breathing during sleep. It restricts airflow, often causing loud snoring, which sounds harmless. But unfortunately, untreated sleep apnea has some significant health consequences that can affect your life in different ways. Today on the blog, our sleep apnea dentists in Scotts Valley share […]

Is it OK if Kids Snore?

Categories: Sleep Disorders
is it ok if kids snore

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ, CA Your child’s growth and development heavily depend on nutrition, exercise, and sleep quality. When your child doesn’t sleep well, it can create behavioral and eating problems and an inability to focus. Unfortunately, when your child snores, it can disrupt their sleep and signify a more complex problem requiring medical intervention. […]

8 Sneaky ways to tell if you have Sleep Apnea

Categories: Sleep Disorders
sleep apnea signs

SCOTTS VALLEY, SANTA CRUZ, CA Daily complaints from your significant other about your snoring or gasping for air while sleeping could cause concern. Obstructive sleep apnea or OSA is a medical condition that causes snoring and breathing pauses throughout the night. As you sleep, your jaw and throat naturally relax, resulting in soft tissue collapsing […]