Snoring and Sleep Solutions of Nevada

Snoring and Sleep Solutions of Nevada Helping Las Vegas Sleep and stop snoring

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Most people drink coffee in the morning to help them wake up, but caffeine consumed at night can cause more harm than go...
10/11/2021

Most people drink coffee in the morning to help them wake up, but caffeine consumed at night can cause more harm than good. ☕️

Most people drink coffee in the morning to help them wake up, but caffeine consumed at night can cause more harm than good. ☕️

Dallas Sleep Roundtable!Learning and Improving to help our patients.Always fun to seeing friends and making new ones.Tha...
10/09/2021

Dallas Sleep Roundtable!

Learning and Improving to help our patients.

Always fun to seeing friends and making new ones.

Thank you Dr Kent Smith for another meeting.

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10/08/2021

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We are the only  practice in Las Vegas dedicated to treating your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with Oral Appliance Ther...
10/07/2021

We are the only practice in Las Vegas dedicated to treating your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with Oral Appliance Therapy.

We are the only practice in Las Vegas dedicated to treating your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with Oral Appliance Therapy.

Taking a hot bath or shower  90 minutes before bed improved sleep quality and helped people get more deep sleep.
10/06/2021

Taking a hot bath or shower 90 minutes before bed improved sleep quality and helped people get more deep sleep.

Taking a hot bath or shower 90 minutes before bed improved sleep quality and helped people get more deep sleep.

10/05/2021
Most cases of snoring or sleep apnea are reported by bed partners who are tired of the noise. If your partner also menti...
10/04/2021

Most cases of snoring or sleep apnea are reported by bed partners who are tired of the noise. If your partner also mentions gasping, choking, or a cessation of breath, don’t wait and find help.

Most cases of snoring or sleep apnea are reported by bed partners who are tired of the noise. If your partner also mentions gasping, choking, or a cessation of breath, don’t wait and find help.

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10/01/2021

Colleague & Friend.
@drcurryleavitt

Colleague & Friend.
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Moderating consumption of caffeine and other stimulants is an essential part of a strong daily sleep routine and a long-...
09/30/2021

Moderating consumption of caffeine and other stimulants is an essential part of a strong daily sleep routine and a long-term plan for sleep health.

Moderating consumption of caffeine and other stimulants is an essential part of a strong daily sleep routine and a long-term plan for sleep health.

Women's risk of having sleep apnea increases after menopause, and those who have the condition have more severe symptoms...
09/29/2021

Women's risk of having sleep apnea increases after menopause, and those who have the condition have more severe symptoms than do younger women.

Women's risk of having sleep apnea increases after menopause, and those who have the condition have more severe symptoms than do younger women.

We are here to serve you. 🤝
09/27/2021

We are here to serve you. 🤝

We are here to serve you. 🤝

09/23/2021
If you have diabetes, sleep apnea can make it more difficult to manage your diabetes. This is because when your breathin...
09/22/2021

If you have diabetes, sleep apnea can make it more difficult to manage your diabetes. This is because when your breathing pauses while you sleep, there is an increase in carbon dioxide in your blood. This leads to: Insulin resistance so that the body doesn't use insulin effectively.

If you have diabetes, sleep apnea can make it more difficult to manage your diabetes. This is because when your breathing pauses while you sleep, there is an increase in carbon dioxide in your blood. This leads to: Insulin resistance so that the body doesn't use insulin effectively.

There is a linear correlation between obesity and OSA. In obese people, fat deposits in the upper respiratory tract narr...
09/21/2021

There is a linear correlation between obesity and OSA. In obese people, fat deposits in the upper respiratory tract narrow the airway; there is a decrease in muscle activity in this region, leading to hypoxic and apneic episodes, ultimately resulting in sleep apnea.

There is a linear correlation between obesity and OSA. In obese people, fat deposits in the upper respiratory tract narrow the airway; there is a decrease in muscle activity in this region, leading to hypoxic and apneic episodes, ultimately resulting in sleep apnea.

Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, h...
09/20/2021

Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, happier and healthier life.

Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, happier and healthier life.

We love our patients.
09/17/2021

We love our patients.

We love our patients.

Feeling tired during the day is a major complaint of many people living with obstructive sleep apnea. Other signs and sy...
09/15/2021

Feeling tired during the day is a major complaint of many people living with obstructive sleep apnea. Other signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea include: Waking suddenly while gasping or choking.

Feeling tired during the day is a major complaint of many people living with obstructive sleep apnea. Other signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea include: Waking suddenly while gasping or choking.

Keep on keeping on, and one day you shall look back and marvel how much you have accomplished in life. Never give up. Go...
09/13/2021

Keep on keeping on, and one day you shall look back and marvel how much you have accomplished in life. Never give up. Good morning.

Keep on keeping on, and one day you shall look back and marvel how much you have accomplished in life. Never give up. Good morning.

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09/10/2021

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09/09/2021
5 Foods That Help You Sleep - Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials1. Complex carbohydratesEmbrace whole-grain breads, cere...
09/08/2021

5 Foods That Help You Sleep - Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials

1. Complex carbohydrates

Embrace whole-grain breads, cereals, pasta, crackers and brown rice. Avoid simple carbohydrates, including breads, pasta and sweets such as cookies, cakes, pastries and other sugary foods. These tend to reduce serotonin levels and do not promote sleep.

2. Lean proteins

Lean proteins include low-fat cheese, chicken, turkey and fish. These foods are high in the amino acid tryptophan, which tends to increase serotonin levels. On the flipside, avoid high-fat cheeses, chicken wings or deep-fried fish. These take longer to digest and can keep you awake.

3. Heart-healthy fats

Unsaturated fats will not only boost your heart health but also improve your serotonin levels. Examples include peanut butter (read the label to make sure peanuts are the only ingredient) and nuts such as walnuts, almonds, cashews and pistachios. Avoid foods with saturated and trans fats, such as french fries, potato chips or other high-fat snack foods. These bring your serotonin levels down.

4. Beverages

Certain drinks can promote or prevent sleep. A good, soothing beverage to drink before bedtime would be warm milk (your mother was right) or herbal tea such as chamomile or peppermint. As for caffeinated drinks, I recommend that anyone who has difficulty sleeping consume that last cup by 2 p.m. Caffeine can affect people differently, and even the smallest amount of stimulant can keep you awake.

5. Fresh herbs

Fresh herbs can have a calming effect on the body. For example, sage and basil contain chemicals that reduce tension and promote sleep. Try making your own homemade pasta sauce with sage and basil. It’s easy to do, and homemade sauces tend to be lower in sugar than store-bought versions. However, avoid herbs such as red pepper or black pepper at night, as they have a stimulatory effect.

5 Foods That Help You Sleep - Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials

1. Complex carbohydrates

Embrace whole-grain breads, cereals, pasta, crackers and brown rice. Avoid simple carbohydrates, including breads, pasta and sweets such as cookies, cakes, pastries and other sugary foods. These tend to reduce serotonin levels and do not promote sleep.

2. Lean proteins

Lean proteins include low-fat cheese, chicken, turkey and fish. These foods are high in the amino acid tryptophan, which tends to increase serotonin levels. On the flipside, avoid high-fat cheeses, chicken wings or deep-fried fish. These take longer to digest and can keep you awake.

3. Heart-healthy fats

Unsaturated fats will not only boost your heart health but also improve your serotonin levels. Examples include peanut butter (read the label to make sure peanuts are the only ingredient) and nuts such as walnuts, almonds, cashews and pistachios. Avoid foods with saturated and trans fats, such as french fries, potato chips or other high-fat snack foods. These bring your serotonin levels down.

4. Beverages

Certain drinks can promote or prevent sleep. A good, soothing beverage to drink before bedtime would be warm milk (your mother was right) or herbal tea such as chamomile or peppermint. As for caffeinated drinks, I recommend that anyone who has difficulty sleeping consume that last cup by 2 p.m. Caffeine can affect people differently, and even the smallest amount of stimulant can keep you awake.

5. Fresh herbs

Fresh herbs can have a calming effect on the body. For example, sage and basil contain chemicals that reduce tension and promote sleep. Try making your own homemade pasta sauce with sage and basil. It’s easy to do, and homemade sauces tend to be lower in sugar than store-bought versions. However, avoid herbs such as red pepper or black pepper at night, as they have a stimulatory effect.

Pillows play an important role in your sleep and will have a considerable impact on your overall wellbeing. There are tw...
09/07/2021

Pillows play an important role in your sleep and will have a considerable impact on your overall wellbeing.
There are two main reasons why we should use a pillow to rest our heads on when sleeping; 1) a pillow provides comfort and 2) provides support to the sleeper's neck and upper back.

Pillows play an important role in your sleep and will have a considerable impact on your overall wellbeing.
There are two main reasons why we should use a pillow to rest our heads on when sleeping; 1) a pillow provides comfort and 2) provides support to the sleeper's neck and upper back.

Every day you create something special with the work you do. Your effort is a great asset and deserves to be recognized,...
09/06/2021

Every day you create something special with the work you do. Your effort is a great asset and deserves to be recognized, respected, and celebrated. Happy Labor Day!
(US open tennnis championship, NY 🎾)

Every day you create something special with the work you do. Your effort is a great asset and deserves to be recognized, respected, and celebrated. Happy Labor Day!
(US open tennnis championship, NY 🎾)

Sleep Apnea Treatment | Snoring and Sleep Solutions of Nevada | CPAP
09/03/2021
Sleep Apnea Treatment | Snoring and Sleep Solutions of Nevada | CPAP

Sleep Apnea Treatment | Snoring and Sleep Solutions of Nevada | CPAP

Sleep is essential to life. Sleep apnea is a potentially fatal sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. Here at Snoring and Sleeping Solutions of Nevada we have an amazing team and an award winning doctor whose only concern is with helping plan you or a loved one develop a pers...

When we eat late at night, the muscles that digest and metabolize our food have to keep working when they should be rest...
09/02/2021

When we eat late at night, the muscles that digest and metabolize our food have to keep working when they should be resting.

This can delay your ability to fall asleep and can prevent you from getting the deep, restful stage of sleep you need to feel refreshed the next day.

When we eat late at night, the muscles that digest and metabolize our food have to keep working when they should be resting.

This can delay your ability to fall asleep and can prevent you from getting the deep, restful stage of sleep you need to feel refreshed the next day.

Once a Raider, Always a Raider. 🏈
09/01/2021

Once a Raider, Always a Raider. 🏈

Once a Raider, Always a Raider. 🏈

Sleeping with the lights on has been linked to depression. Blue light from electronic devices may have the worst effects...
08/31/2021

Sleeping with the lights on has been linked to depression. Blue light from electronic devices may have the worst effects on your mood. A lack of sleep can also cause moodiness and irritability. Children who don't get enough sleep may be more hyperactive.

Sleeping with the lights on has been linked to depression. Blue light from electronic devices may have the worst effects on your mood. A lack of sleep can also cause moodiness and irritability. Children who don't get enough sleep may be more hyperactive.

What a great day my team and I had at the Aging Wellness Expo @ Red Rock Casino this past weekend.I was truly honored to...
08/30/2021

What a great day my team and I had at the Aging Wellness Expo @ Red Rock Casino this past weekend.
I was truly honored to be asked to a Speaker.

08/28/2021

Aging Wellness Expo. So honored, thanks for the invitation…

08/27/2021

Attention Medicare patients!
If you’re at an office with the so-called “sleep dentistry doctor” And they are telling you you have to pay full fee or they don’t accept your medical insurance…

YOU ARE AT THE WRONG OFFICE!!!

08/27/2021

Attention Medicare patients!
If you’re at an office with the so-called “sleep dentistry doctor” And they are telling you you have to pay full fee or they don’t accept your medical insurance…

YOU ARE AT THE WRONG OFFICE!!!

Employees with either obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) were shown to be 2 times more ...
08/26/2021

Employees with either obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) were shown to be 2 times more likely to be involved in occupational incidents, highlighting the serious safety hazard posed by both conditions.

Published in The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, study authors note that globally, 1000 people are estimated to die each day from occupational accidents. To assess the safety performance of employees, employers can utilize reactive and proactive methods, in which reactive or lagging methods evaluate occupational incidents using past data and proactive or leading methods measure employees' behavior in the workplace.

Employees with either obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) were shown to be 2 times more likely to be involved in occupational incidents, highlighting the serious safety hazard posed by both conditions.

Published in The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, study authors note that globally, 1000 people are estimated to die each day from occupational accidents. To assess the safety performance of employees, employers can utilize reactive and proactive methods, in which reactive or lagging methods evaluate occupational incidents using past data and proactive or leading methods measure employees' behavior in the workplace.

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