Sleep Apnea Now More Common Than Depression

While it's difficult to pinpoint the exact number of people with sleep apnea, the National Sleep Foundation estimates it's around 18 million — or higher, significantly more than some health conditions that receive much more attention.  With depression affecting nearly 14.8 million people, sleep apnea remains an aggressive, and commonly undiagnosed killer in many households. …

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Sleep Group Solutions Announces First Quarter Seminar Line-up for Dental Continuing Education Courses in 2015

Dentists across the country are participating in dental continuing education courses, which teach dental professionals how to screen and treat snoring and sleep apnea, through Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT). With such a high demand for quality sleep courses, Sleep Group Solutions continue to grow as leaders in complete sleep protocol solutions, by projecting to offer…

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Louisiana Ranks Number One in Highest Obesity Rate, With More Than 1.2 Million Obese Adults, According to the Latest Statistics from Trust For Americas Health-Making Louisiana the Fattest State in the USA.

(New Orleans, LA) According to the Trust For Americas Health, Louisiana is home to some of Americas most obese adults, coming in at 34.7 percent, while the national average is 27.6 percent.  Ranking the number one most obese state in the US, Louisiana hosts some of the largest adults in the nation.  Numerous studies linking…

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New Findings Link Obstructive Sleep Apnea to NASH and Other Liver Conditions

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common and frequently unrecognized disorder. It is often found in patients with obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, and there is growing evidence that sleep apnea is independently associated with increased cardiovascular morbidity.   Recent findings are adding an association with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, steatosis, lobular inflammation and advanced stages of fibrosis,…

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Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea May Prevent Ocular and Systemic Ravages, According to a Recent University of North Carolina Study

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common and frequently unrecognized disorder. It is often found in patients with obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, and there is growing evidence that sleep apnea is independently associated with increased cardiovascular morbidity.   A recent study by the University of North Carolina, also adds ocular diseases to the long list…

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Sleep Group Solutions Announces Partnership with 1st Class Sleep Diagnostics for DC area Dental Sleep Medicine Lectures in 2014

(Washington, DC) According to the Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, Diabetes ranked as the sixth leading cause of death in the District of Columbia.   Dental Continuing education company, Sleep Group Solutions trains dentists on identifying and offering treatment to those who suffer from the deadly disorder and for those who are not able to tolerate…

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A Turnkey Dental Sleep Medicine Program Teach Dental Offices How to Screen and Treat Snoring and Sleep Apnea

According to the National Sleep Foundation,  more than 80 million Americans snore.
With such a high demand for quality sleep seminars within the dental industry, Dental sleep medicine company, Sleep Group Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of dental sleep medicine courses in Orlando, Boston and Scottsdale.

 Dentists across the US are attending dental continuing…

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