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The dangers of untreated sleep apnea

Sleep apnea is the next most common sleep disorder after insomnia. It impacts at least 18 million Americans. It is estimated...

Remember: Replace worn CPAP equipment (masks, tubing, filters, machine)

Your CPAP equipment comes to you shiny and brand new, but like anything else used regularly, you will need to replace certain...

Snoring and High Blood Pressure: Are they related?

One could joke that snoring and high blood pressure are related because the person who has to listen to loud snoring all night...

"My husband snores and stops breathing while asleep!"

We hear this comment all the time at our sleep center. We completely understand and appreciate the frustrating experience you...

The best sleep center in Kansas

We at Sleep Resolutions have been helping patients to identify and treat dozens of different sleep disorders in the Garden City...

What is a sleep study (polysomnography)?

Patients often ask, "What is a sleep study?" 

Generally, a sleep study describes any test for diagnosing and/or treating sleep...

Different Types of CPAP masks: Nasal CPAP, nasal pillows, and full face CPAP masks

For some, the prospect of starting CPAP therapy to treat sleep apnea is welcomed. After years of poor sleep and feeling...

The different types of sleep apnea: Obstructive, Central and Mixed

The word apnea means "no breath" and implies that, for whatever reason, your ability to breathe has been compromised. Apnea is...

Sleep Apnea and Cancer: One more reason to treat your snoring

It seems unlikely that snoring, which seems harmless, could actually be linked to cancer. However, untreated chronic snoring is...


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