Why Better Breathing Doesn’t Always Lead to Better Health [Podcast 44]

In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal “Why Better Breathing Doesn’t Always Lead to Better Health.” Download mp3 |  Subscribe Here are 7 of these reasons below. Please listen to the recording to find out more. 1. You can’t control your breathing when you’re sleeping 2. You don’t know you’re not breathing well 3. You […]

Why Your Sleep-Ability Depends on Your Breathe-Ability

On his yearly physical, Jack’s doctor asked if he had any problems sleeping. The first thing that came to mind was his annoying frequent trips to the bathroom to urinate. During the day, he’s been more tired and feeling anxious lately. As a 60 years old man, he just assumed that this was a normal […]

How Sleep Apnea Can Cause Anxiety [Podcast 30]

The 1950s was once called the “age of anxiety.” I think it’s fair to say that the level of anxiety has risen exponentially since then. There are many reasons why you may be anxious, including information overload, social media, non-stop news, or even your children’s activities. For many of you, problems breathing during sleep may […]

Major Life Changes That Can Trigger Sleep Apnea

Recurrent sinus infections, throat pain, ear fullness and chronic cough are some of the most common conditions that I see every day. You may think that I typically diagnose and treat for routine bacterial infections in these situations, but in most cases, they’re not really infections at all. What I do find, however, is that […]

Why Mothers Are So Tired

Mother’s Day has come and gone, and despite the short respite that many mothers received from their loved ones, most mothers are in a constant state of exhaustion. There are many explanations for why this is so, including the demands of modern society, family, career, and so on. But as many fathers will argue, these […]