Don’t Ignore the Snore

Woman sleeping on sofa

Snoring is pretty common in Topeka; about 40 percent of Kansans snore at least occasionally. Most people consider it annoying (especially if their partner is the one sawing wood) but harmless; some even ridicule the snorer. A little empathy and concern are warranted, however; snoring is often a sign of a serious sleep disorder that
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The Link Between Sleep & Physical/Mental Health

Senior woman trying to sleep

No doubt you’ve heard that you should be getting a minimum of 7-8 hours of sleep every night, but if you’re like most people in Topeka, chances are you fall short of that mark. You should probably try harder, because consistent, quality sleep is an important key in long-term physical and mental health. The Trouble
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