Did you know that a healthier smile could lead to a healthier heart? New research suggests that an individual’s oral health mirrors the condition of their body as a whole. If your mouth is healthy, chances are that your body will be too. However, if you have poor oral health, then you have an increased…Details
Here’s a short video showing how the soft tissues at the back of the throat and the incorrect position of the tongue during sleep can contribute to snoring and sleep apnea.
It also demonstrates how an oral appliance, worn at night, can help open up the airways to allow you to breathe better, sleep better and feel better.Details
Body + Soul, Courier Mail 14/12/14 You may eat an impeccable diet, put your gym membership to good use, and have a good balance between work, family and life, but nothing is as ruinous to good health as not getting enough sleep. A pattern of sleeping less than six hours per night affects the body…Details