Thanksgiving is a unique holiday for Pulmonary Associates of Brandon, so we would like to share 5 special things we are particularly thankful for this Thanksgiving:
Make sure to know these crucial lung disease symptoms to catch and treat any lung disease while it’s still in the early stages.
Many people don’t know that the urge to binge-eat at night may signal a sleep-related eating disorder (SRED) that can be very dangerous for your overall health. To learn more, read further.
If bronchitis persists, it’s known as chronic bronchitis, a serious pulmonary condition. Read more for an overview of the main symptoms of chronic bronchitis and what you should pay attention to.
Most people don’t know that investing in a pillow that supports healthy sleep posture is just as important as choosing the right mattress. Read to learn more.
Today we’ll walk you through two asthma types (extrinsic and intrinsic) and explore the similarities and differences between them.
A chronic cough might not seem like such an inconvenience, but often it’s an indicator of a more serious underlying condition. Read more to learn more about chronic cough.
When you have troubles with snoring, waking up frequently, or are tired when you get up in the morning, you are a perfect fit for a sleep study. If you’re wondering what sleep study involves and why you need to have one at all, read further.
The sad fact is that many of us have one type of parasomnia or another without even knowing it. Parasomnias include irregular physical or verbal activities and can be disruptive to both the person experiencing parasomnias and the bed partner.
Recent studies have suggested that there is a relationship between diabetes and lung health. Due to diabetes, lung function can get worse as blood glucose levels increase.
The medical world has recognized five groups of pulmonary hypertension. Let’s dive into what pulmonary hypertension is and the specifics of the five different classifications.
Although it’s not crucial to understand every detail of each procedure, it's important to know the differences between a chest X-ray and a chest CT scan before you elect to undergo one.
If you suffer from lack of sleep or regularly wake up late, it might be time to consider a sleep study. Here are 7 ways our sleep center can improve your life.
Decide if volunteering in a research study is right for you! In our blog, we discuss the benefits, risks, confidentiality, compensation, and other aspects of a research study.
If sleep studies help answer important questions about a patient's sleep health, does insurance cover the sleep studies, and if not, how much do the studies cost?
If you’ve never been to see a pulmonologist before, it would be wise to prepare yourself for the initial appointment with a list of these questions to ask your doctor.
If you have trouble getting to sleep or waking up at a normal hour, your circadian rhythm may be off. What is circadian rhythm and how does it affect your ability to sleep?
There are many types of lung diseases, but some of the most dangerous are lung infections. Let’s look at some common lung infections and symptoms of pulmonary issues.
Read about the difference between night terrors and nightmares. Also, here are some tips to help you determine if you should seek a doctor’s help for your night terrors.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, is caused by inhaling pollutants, second-hand smoke, and genetics. Here are 6 things you didn’t know about COPD.