There is more and more evidence to suggest that poor sleep causes a disruption of circadian rhythm. Airway problems go far beyond an AHI score and have far reaching effects. Read more. … Read More
Today’s complex multi-causal health problems require a team approach for obtaining the most optimal and enduring result. Understanding the resources that other practitioners can provide is essential to connecting the … Read More
Editor’s Note: This video comes to us by way of Dr. William Hang, an esteemed AAPMD Board member. This video’s message dovetails with our philosophy… Recognition: Reopening the bicuspid spaces that … Read More
Editor’s Note: Dorothy Mullen was a guest lecturer at the AAPMD Airway Summit in Tucson, AZ. AAPMD highly endorses what she is doing in the field of nutrition. Dorothy’s model is in sync with ours… Recognition: … Read More
A recent study suggests a sginificant number of professional athletes have sleep problems. Recognizing and treating these problems could increase performance.
A new large study suggests that too little salt may be as unhealthy as more. Learn more about salt, and the sleep nutrition connection at the AAPMD Conference in September.
Sleep problems, even snoring can lead to learning problems. Dr. Leila Gozal discussed her study the American Thoracic Society meeting this week. Dr Gozal will be featured speaker at the AAPMD Airway Summit meeting in Tucson, AZ in September.
There may be a relationship between untreated sleep apnea and aggressiveness cutaneous melanoma.