March 19 marks the 14th Annual World Sleep Day. This year the theme is “Regular Sleep, Better Health”.
Although the festive seasons that we have had and those yet to come are different this year, many people still fall into bad habits while celebrating.
One of the many things we can do to boost our mood is gardening. This year there has been a push to grow more food, be it for ourselves, or food-banks and other collectives.
Independent Respiratory Services (IRS) understands that during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak you may have some questions about the coronavirus as it relates to sleep apnea.
Like many other businesses and individuals dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak, IRS has had to make some changes to our daily business protocol.
The closing of the year brings us many things, Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas to name a few. Unfortunately for many, the shortening days and cloudy skies bring with them Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Like it or not, its time to change the clocks. On November 3rd we will move our clocks back one hour, switching from daylight savings to standard time. Think “Spring forward & Fall back”.
EFFECTIVE SEPT 11, 2019 – PLEASE NOTE, our Sidney Clinic located at 102-9725 4th St, is changing its days of operations.
With all the BC wildfires this year it is always good to check the BC Air Quality daily before heading out. Poor air quality indoor and outdoor can endanger human health.
It has long been established that diabetics who report snoring, have a 50% probability of being found to also have OSA.