app-nea search icon

Blogs

BLOGS

OSA Screening Fails Pregnant Women: Complications and Considerations

Published on Jan 03,2017
app-nea blog

Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

Replies (0)

Reads(203)
More and more studies are showing conclusive data that obstruction sleep apnea (OSA) is directly associated with an increase in maternal and fetal complications. In fact, OSA is associated with more frequent cesarean delivery, but the correlations do not end there. Mahesh Nagappa, MD, assistant... Read More

Athletes and Sleep: The Other Performance Supplement

Published on Dec 06,2016
app-nea blog

Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

Replies (0)

Reads(184)
One of the most important keys to athletic performance and endurance is often overlooked—sleep! If you are feeling tired, unmotivated, or weak during your workout, lack of quality sleep could be to blame. Lack of quality sleep leads to low energy, increased risk of injury, and reduces your ability to perform... Read More

Could TMJ be causing your anxiety attacks?

Published on Nov 13,2016
app-nea blog

Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

Replies (0)

Reads(202)
Anxiety and depression affects 40 million adult Americans which can cause day-to-day living to be difficult and painful. Studies are showing a definitive link between anxiety and TMJ (Temporomandibular joint) disorder which, with treatment, may alleviate suffering in those diagnosed with Dizziness, headaches... Read More

Dental Phobias Answered with Sedation Dentistry

Published on Sep 30,2016
app-nea blog

Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

Replies (0)

Reads(182)
There is a big difference between not looking forward to a dental visit and being deathly afraid of one. Patients with dental phobia experience unusually high or unreasonable fear of going to the dentist and it often keeps them out of the dentist’s chair leading to worsening of their dental and oral health... Read More

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Solving Consistency Issues with Combination Therapy

Published on Sep 17,2016
app-nea blog

Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

Replies (0)

Reads(221)
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder where the muscles that support the soft tissues of the throat temporarily relax. When these muscles relax, the airway is narrowed or closed, and breathing is momentarily cut off, causing an apnea. Patients with OSA can have anywhere between... Read More


BLOG CATEGORY

New Community Topics