Alaska Sleep Education Center

Don't Be A 'Snore' Loser: Is Eight Hours Enough Sleep?

Posted by Amelia Palmer on Feb 18, 2021 6:43:00 AM

You probably already know just how important sleep is for your health, vitality, and longevity. Modern neuroscientists have confirmed its importance, noting that getting enough sleep is absolutely crucial for staying productive and healthy, and for maintaining your brain’s long-term function.

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Topics: CPAP success, Snoring, bipap

What is a Sleep Study and How Does it Work?

Posted by Dr. Mauricio Reinoso, ASC Medical Director on Dec 7, 2020 4:01:00 AM

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Topics: sleep study, CPAP, bipap

How To Get the Sleep Your Body Needs

Posted by Kevin Faber on Dec 3, 2020 4:15:00 AM

The quality of sleep that you get can have a huge impact on your life and your overall health. Because of this, making sure that you get the best quality of sleep possible is essential to feeling your best on a daily basis. While some may think that getting good sleep is all about going to bed early, the reality is that sleep, and what makes it good sleep, can depend on a variety of things, and that the topic of good sleep can be a complex one. If you are looking for some ways to start getting better sleep naturally, here are some things to try today.

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Topics: CPAP, bipap, getting beter sleep

How To Sleep Better During The Holidays

Posted by Madison Hoffman on Nov 30, 2020 5:27:00 AM

Simple tips to get a better sleep this holiday season

Not exactly in the mood to spread holiday cheer this year? You’re not alone. According to a survey by the American Psychological Association, 38% of people said their stress levels increase during the holidays. Throw COVID in the mix, and you can see why many aren’t feeling that jolly this season.

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Topics: bipap, holidays, holiday stress, getting beter sleep

Best Tips for a Better Night's Rest

Posted by Kevin Faber on Oct 31, 2020 9:07:00 AM

Getting a good night of quality sleep is just as important as eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly. Many studies have proven that inadequate sleep has significant adverse effects on your brain function, exercise performance, or hormones. It may also lead to an increased risk of disease and weight gain in children and adults.

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Topics: bipap, sleep habits, sleep hygiene, cpap machines

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