Your sleep can be affected by your mouth, teeth and gums in several ways. Night teeth grinding (bruxism), snoring and sleep apnea may be improved by addressing some of the issues inside your mouth. Read on to find out what an experienced dentist has to say about the importance of sleep and its link to oral health.
Have you ever thought you didn’t get a wink of sleep the night before, only to be told by your partner, family member or doctor that you were asleep during the night? Have you ever thought you were awake and then actually woken up? If so, you may be a pseudoinsomniac! Read our article to find out about what pseudoinsomnia is and what you can do. #pseudoinsomnia #sleep #insomnia
Cognitive behavioural therapy, also known as CBT-I is an effective treatment for chronic sleep problems and is the recommended first choice of treatment. It works by helping identify and replace thoughts and behaviours that cause or worsen sleeping trouble. CBT-I is designed to help you overcome the underlying causes of your sleep problems, which can persist even if someone is taking sleeping pills. Read on to find out more about CBT for insomnia and how it works.