Labor Health & Benefit Fair

Come  meet the Andros ENT & Sleep Center and Andros MedSpa team at the US Bank Stadium on April 8, 2017 for the Labor Health & Benefit Fair!  Providers and staff from all departments of the clinic and MedSpa will … Continue reading

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Andros ENT and Sleep Center and Andros MedSpa at The WomEn’s Conference

Come see Andros ENT and Sleep Center and Andros MedSpa at The WomEn’s Conference on March 9, 2017 at the Best Western Premier Nicollet Inn in Burnsville!   “The mission of this event is to connect conference attendees with one … Continue reading

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Using a CPAP humidifer

is winter When the weather outside is frightful, using humidification can make CPAP more delightful. Cold, dry air: Is often less comfortable to breathe. Can cause you to wake up with uncomfortable dry mouth. Makes your nose work extra hard … Continue reading

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Sleep Apnea Awareness Week

Sleep Apnea is a sleep breathing disorder that is characterized by repetitive pauses in breathing during sleep. Pauses occur several times per hour and last for over 10 seconds. As the blood-oxygen levels decrease, the brain awakens the individual which … Continue reading

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Could sleep apnea be harming your hearing?

  Sleep apnea is a common disorder affecting about 1 in 15 people. Research shows that those with it have a higher risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke and other cardiovascular problems. It’s now speculated that hearing loss … Continue reading

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Sleep Apnea: A Hidden Enemy in Diabetes

  If you have diabetes, you may also have obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. In fact, up to 80% of people with Type 2 diabetes have some form of OSA viagra stripes.  If others say you snore, stop breathing, and … Continue reading

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Children Sleep & Health Issues

A new study has linked poor sleeping habits in children to increased health issues across the board. Read on to learn more about the study and what it means for sleep and how it impacts children’s health issues. The Study … Continue reading

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Sleep Apnea & Hearing Loss Linked

A new set of research published at this year’s American Thoracic Society International Conference found a link between sleep apnea and associated hearing loss in patients. This data further emphasizes the importance of a good night’s sleep on overall health. … Continue reading

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4 Treatment Options for Snoring

For many, snoring is just an everyday part of life. But it doesn’t have to be. Rather than just living with it and keeping your partner and yourself awake at night – take action to correct your snoring. There are … Continue reading

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Study Reveals Possible Surgery Alternative for Kids with Sleep Apnea

A retrospective study covered recently in Medpage Today, found a potential treatment for children with sleep apnea that could act as a better alternative to surgery. The treatment involves a combination of Montelukast (an anti-inflammatory asthma drug) and intranasal corticosteroids. … Continue reading

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How does a Sleep Test Work?

A sleep study is an easy and painless examination of your sleep patterns and how your body functions while asleep. Sleep studies are generally recommended to patients who have some sort of sleep disorder (such as obstructive sleep apnea). Sleep … Continue reading

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CPAP can Lower Blood Pressure in Sleep Apnea Patients

A recent study published in the Journal of American Medical Association found that continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP for short) reduced blood pressure in patients suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). What is CPAP? CPAP, short for Continuous Positive Air … Continue reading

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