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Sleep Apnea Types

by chairit imjaroen Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder defined as a disruption of breathing while asleep. Many people do not even realize they have this disease, but if left untreated sleep apnea can be life-threatening and lead to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. The main effects of this are sleep deprivation… Read More »

Sedation, Types And Degrees

by Internet Archive Book Images A lot of patients go to dental clinics everyday for an appointment. Each patient has a unique dental case, requiring personalized treatment. However, no matter how different their cases are, most of them experience a common anxiety caused by the pain associated with the procedures. To alleviate this anxiety, they… Read More »

How the Different Arthritis Types Vary

Arthritis is becoming one of the most common medical conditions in America today. Arthritis is a condition that functions as inflammation on your skeletal joints, and many people today mistake this is a disease restricted to the elderly. However arthritis is a condition that can effect almost anyone, even children, and is some cases secondary… Read More »

Types of Sleep Disorders

by Ed Yourdon A sleep disorder is characterized as the disturbance in time, quality, amount, or behavior associated with sleep. Sleep disorders are classified according to two major types, dyssomnia and parasomnias. The dyssomnia caterogy involves sleeping disorders where an individual finds it difficult to sleep or to remain asleep. The parsasomias category involves sleeping… Read More »

The Home Drug Test – 5 Individually Wrapped 6 Panel Multi Screen Urine Drug Tests – Each Test Screens For 6 Different Drug Types Including Cocaine / Crack, Heroin / Morphine, Marijuana, Meth, Amphetamine, Adderall, Benzos, Xanax

This test will test for the presence of THC (marijuana), Cocaine, Amphetamines, Methamphetamine, Opiates and Benzodiazepine (tranquilizers or anti-anxiety agents, such as Xanax) in urine. Just dip the test into urine, and get your results in 5 minutes. You will need only enough urine to absorb into the test strips. A positive result will show… Read More »