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TMJ and Sleep

It is estimated that more than 10 million people in the United States suffer from TMJ problems and jaw pain related headaches. Most of those people spend years and thousands of dollars searching for answers. Some are prescribed one or more medications with significant side effects. Often, many are​ told that it’s a psychological problem,

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Acid Reflux, ADHD & Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Children

Wait, There’s Even MORE! Sleep-disordered breathing can be expressed anywhere on the severity spectrum between “simple snoring” to the daddy-of-them-all OSA (obstructive sleep apnea). These conditions, and everything in between, are sleep-disordered breathing issues that affect your overall health. By this time you are seeing that sleep-disordered breathing creates chaos, not just in the infant,

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Are You At Risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?

Are You At Risk? If you were to imagine the typical person who is at risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) who would come to mind? You would be in good company if you first think of someone who is overweight, middle aged, male, and who snores like a banshee—perhaps this description even applies to

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Covid-19, Pandemics and Sleep Apnea

Ah yes, “COVID-19”, the “novel corona virus”! Just reading the name most likely evokes thoughts and emotional responses in your body, which are then followed by a string of hormonal reactions that are likely inducing a decrease of your immunity as we speak. You don’t even have to be infected by the virus to be

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Signs of Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Signs of Sleep-Disordered Breathing In Adults and Children “Knowing is half the battle.” -GI Joe The goal of this blog post is to give you some tools so you can help yourself and your loved ones seek proper evaluation and treatment. The signs and symptoms of sleep apnea are like stars in a constellation. Once

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Dental Care Boston

If you care about your health it begins with your dental care This article aims to provide you with information on dental care and how it plays a crucial role in your overall health. Dental care is not something we always think about when we are young, but it becomes more and more important as

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CPAP Machine

What is a CPAP Machine? CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure. These machines help you breathe by sending a steady stream of air into your throat, keeping the airways open. A CPAP machine is a device that delivers carefully measured air pressure to your airways in order to keep your breathing under control. CPAP

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IS A MOUTHGUARD FOR SNORING & SLEEP APNEA COMFORTABLE?

When it comes to sleep, comfort is extremely important Doctor Carmine Morreale, DMD, MAGD Click to Tweet Snoring and Sleep Apnea treatment wonder if the device will be comfortable enough to wear while they sleep. This concern is understandable, since many patients who are looking for a mouthguard – also known as oral appliance therapy

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What Are My TMJ Treatment Options in Boston?

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction, better known as TMJ or TMJ syndrome, is a common condition that affects millions of Americans. Doctor Morreale, DMD, MAGD Click to Tweet Temporomandibular joint dysfunction, better known as TMJ or TMJ syndrome, is a common condition that affects millions of Americans. While most people associate the disorder with jaw pain, teeth

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CPAP ALTERNATIVE TO TREAT SNORING & SLEEP APNEA IN BOSTON

CPAP ALTERNATIVE TO TREAT SNORING & SLEEP APNEA IN BOSTON For many years, the initial treatment for sleep apnea and snoring has been the continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) mask. This device is just what it sounds like: a mask that you place over your nose and mouth that’s connected to a pump that sends

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