Lead researcher, Dr. Ronald Chervin says after treatment, patients looked more alert, more youthful and more attractive.
Getting treatment for a common sleep problem may do more than help you sleep better — it may help you look better too, according to a new research study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. Researchers from Michigan Technological University and the University of Michigan Health System conducted the study.
A Wayne State University researcher’s innovative use of a new tool may make surgery a more viable option for sufferers of obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS).
America’s growing waistline may be feeding an epidemic of sleep apnea, according to a new study.
“Our study adds to the growing body of evidence suggesting that isolated snoring may not be as benign as first suspected,” the doctor said.
Wayne State University School of Medicine researchers may have discovered why people exposed to war are at increased risk to develop chronic problems like heart disease years later. And the culprit that links the two is surprising.
In a new collaboration, researchers from Michigan Techological University’ and Portage Health are working together to study sleep disorders, focusing on sleep apnea.
Have trouble sleeping? You may be interested in a new study being conducted by Henry Ford Health System.
Are you someone who’s been diagnosed with sleep apnea and conventional therapies just aren’t working?
Rochester dentists Kurt Doolin and Jeff Haddad have successfully treated patients suffering from headaches and an array of jaw pain symptoms, categorized as temporomandibular disorders, for more than a decade. With growing clinical evidence connecting TMD to sleep breathing disorders, they are increasingly using proven TMD therapies garnered from individualized muscle tracking technology to successfully treat patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea as well.