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Jan 27, 2020
Why do some people snore and what can you do about it?There’s also a tendency to confuse snoring with sleep apnea, but it’s important to remember that these conditions are not the same.
Jan 13, 2020
Losing weight from your tongue may just help combat sleep apnea: StudyA new study suggests that fatty tongues may be the primary cause of the obstructive form of sleep apnea.
Nov 04, 2019
Five reasons why you feel tired all day longA survey conducted in 2017 suggests that 22% of the country’s population complains of tiredness all the time and it is not due to lack of sleep.
Sep 27, 2019
Five subtle signs that you may be at risk of heart diseaseSelf-monitoring can be an effective way to identify heart disease early and seek medical help in time to prevent lasting damage.
Sep 03, 2019
Sleep tracking feature coming on Apple Watch along with new Sleep app: ReportIt is not known if the sleep tracking feature will only be coming for the new Apple Watch which will be announced on 10 September.
Jun 15, 2016
Lack or excess sleep can increase health risks in kids, teenagers: StudyBoth lack or excess of sleep can lead to health risks like hypertension, obesity, diabetes and depression among children and teenagers, warns a research team led by an Indian-origin scientist.
Jun 14, 2016
Have trouble sleeping? Here is a new implant to ease sleep apneaResearchers have developed a new implant device which can help cut sleep apnea.
May 17, 2016
Kids who snore tend to score low grades at school, find researchersResearchers have found that snoring can adversely affect children's thinking abilities.
Mar 18, 2016
World Sleep Day: Wake up! 20% people are sleep deprived, finds surveyEvery fifth person across the world is sleep deprived owing to reasons ranging from lifestyle, odd working hours and personal obligations, finds a survey
Mar 09, 2016
Suffering from sleep disorder? Your dentist could helpUS researchers say that dentists can diagnose sleep-related disorders more than physicians by checking into patient's mouth through tongue indentations