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Gestational Sleep Apnea Reduces Childhood Reading Ability

Although men are, overall, more likely to suffer from snoring and sleep apnea, we know that there are some times when women have an elevated risk of sleep apnea. One of these includes pregnancy. Sleep apnea during pregnancy, sometimes described as gestational sleep apnea, has been […]

4 Keys to Success with Oral Appliance Therapy for Sleep Apnea

Because sleep apnea is a serious medical condition, it has to be treated. But not all treatments for sleep apnea are effective. Although CPAP represents a nearly perfect cure for sleep apnea if it’s used, many people simply don’t use it. And that makes it a bad treatment for many people.

Oral appliances […]

How Sleep Apnea Treatment Can Help You Enjoy Your Hobbies More

Sleep apnea is a condition that isn’t just fatal. Before you die, sleep apnea can steal your ability to live life to its fullest and enjoy the things you have. We’ve talked before about how sleep apnea could be sapping your productivity at work, but what it does to your […]

NTSB Announces Special Investigation for Sleep Apnea-Related Train Crashes

Shortly after the DOT announced that it would drop sleep apnea rules related to truckers and train engineers, the NTSB announced a special investigation into two train crashes it says are sleep apnea related.

These investigations, which the NTSB believes will have significant overlap, should be completed by the date of the scheduled hearing on February […]

Sleep Apnea Causes Major Disruptions in Body’s Metabolism

Sleep apnea can cause global disruptions in your body’s normal functioning. After all, breathing is about as basic a function as we have–everything depends on getting enough air to the body and brain. So it makes sense that when that’s not happening, everything could be disrupted.

But now a new study which involved real-time measurements of […]

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