We are going to share with you information about the different types of echocardiograms, who performs the procedure, and when echocardiograms are needed!
Did you know that individuals living in Alberta, Canada are the least sound sleepers and majority of them wake up earlier than intended?
During flu season, it is easier to catch the viruses going around and getting sick is not fun. Use these tips to avoid spreading germs this fall and winter!
If you are experiencing shortness of breath while trying to sleep, your quality of sleep could be affected. Take a look at these sleep positions to help.
Respiratory Care Week is October 23rd-29th and during this week is a great time to learn about lung health and the importance of respiratory therapists.
We are going to share with you a few common triggers of asthma during the fall and how you can manage the symptoms so that you can enjoy this season just as much as everyone else!
Continue reading if you are interested in learning more about how hot temperatures affect your sleep and what the best temperature to sleep in is!
Circadian rhythm is our body's 24-hour internal clock, and it affects everything from our digestion and hormones to our sleep. In today's blog, we'll cover why you should limit snacking before bed.
If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow in the winter and you feel like you are experiencing allergy symptoms earlier than usual, it may be because of snow mold.
Recovering healthy lung function is possible but it takes months of therapy and exercises after your lungs have been treated. Here is a list of breathing exercises and tips to help you recover post-COVID.
If you think you have sleep apnea, consulting your doctor is a great first step. They will evaluate you based on the signs and symptoms you exhibit as well as your sleep history and will most likely refer you to a sleep apnea specialist such as PulseAir.
Most people with COVID-19 get better within weeks, but for some, COVID-19 symptoms can last for months after testing positive for the virus. These individuals have been given the name "long haulers."
There are numerous risk factors for developing heart disease, some of which include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and tobacco use. Today, we'll provide you with 6 steps you can take to help prevent heart disease.