Raising Awareness of Sleep Apnea through Marketing Merger

Miami, Fl Sleep Group Solutions nationwide phone referral service, 1-800- SLEEPLAB is the largest directory in the sleep industry, connecting patients with sleep professionals in their respective zip codes. With sleep apnea on the rise, and over three-quarters of Americans suffering from sleep related problems-SGS saw an even greater need for heightened OSA awareness. Online…

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The Importance of Sleep

Sleep allows our bodies to relax, rejuvenate, and dream, permitting the mind to work on a subconscious level, solving problems and preparing for the coming day. While we sleep our bodies burn calories, create vital nutrients and hormones, and perform complex chemical processes that keep our bodies internally balanced, or in homeostasis. However, as a…

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77% of Americans will be snoring this Valentines Day

Over three-quarters of the American population suffer from sleep related problems, mainly snoring. For th sleek e partner who doesn?t snore, lack of sleep is just as dangerous on your health as it is on your relationship. Snoring, fatigue, depression, heart disease and high blood pressure are all common side effects of OSA, Obsessive Sleep…

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Smart Phone Technology Aids in the Diagnosis of OSA

With over 18 million Americans affected by Obstructive Seep Apnea (OSA), and even more undiagnosed, sleep apnea remains one of the most potentially dangerous sleep disorders. The latest and only sleep apnea iPhone questioners app, the MSleepTest, narrows the gap to diagnosis, making treatment more accessible to patients. A quick tap, a recorded sound bite…

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Home Sleep Testing (HST) Surpasses User Expectations

Sleep Group Solutions (SGS) is pleased to announce the widespread launch of InterpStudies.com, a home sleep study interpretation portal. Home sleep testing has been among the fastest growing segments of the sleep and medical market as it is a viable and cost effective study, similar to the overnight PSG tests done in sleep labs. Home…

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Sleep Apnea Linked to Dementia Risk

In the study of 298 women over age 65, the researchers found that 44.8 percent of women with sleep apnea developed dementia or mild cognitive impairment, while 31.1 percent of those who didn’t have sleep apnea did. The study “suggests that there is a biological connection between sleep and cognition and also suggests that treatment…

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