Toronto Sleep Apnea Dentist Explains Trouble Falling Versus Staying Asleep

An article covering the subject of the difference between trouble falling asleep versus staying asleep entitled ‘Falling Asleep vs Staying Asleep in Toronto’ has now been released and published by Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area, an authority website in the dental niche. The article brings to light fascinating information especially for women who either have difficulty getting to sleep at night or have challenges sleeping all the way through the night. Women between the ages of 25 and 60 with a sleep disorder who may also have headaches or other types of pain, and anybody else who’s interested in the difference between the trouble falling asleep versus staying asleep, can read the entire article at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/blog/falling-asleep-vs-staying-asleep-in-toronto/.

Not being able to get to sleep could be due to pain or it could be related to events that happened earlier in the day. Not being able to stay asleep is often an airway issue. Perhaps one of the most interesting or relevant pieces of information to women between the ages of 25 and 60 with a sleep disorder who may also have headaches or other types of pain, which is included within the article, is that there are different reasons contributing to someone having difficulty falling asleep compared to someone having challenges staying asleep. More details can be found here.

The article has been written by Dr. Richard Goodfellow, who wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of the difference between the trouble falling asleep versus staying asleep. He feels he may have done this best in the following extract:

‘If you find yourself clenching or grinding your teeth at 2 o’clock in the morning, that is a completely different system than if you are clenching and grinding your teeth at 2 o’clock in the afternoon. Both can lead to headaches. Both can lead to jaw problems. But they are different.’

Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area now welcomes comments and questions from readers in relation to the article. Dr. Richard Goodfellow, owner at Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area, has made a point of saying regular interaction with the readers is critical to running the site because every question asked is an opportunity for readers to learn more about possible causes and solutions to challenges.

In discussing the article itself and its development, Dr. Richard Goodfellow said:

“The type of sleep challenge a person has is an indicator of whether there may be either behavioral issues or autonomic nervous system issues.”

Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any article previously published on the site, is welcome to contact Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy Treatment in the Toronto Area via their website at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/

Once again, the complete article is available in full at https://torontotmjandsleepcentre.com/blog/falling-asleep-vs-staying-asleep-in-toronto/.

Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy in Toronto
Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy in Toronto
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