We’ve said it before: it’s not too late to get your sleep apnea treated after you’ve had a stroke. In fact, new research suggests that the stakes may be even higher after your first stroke.
It’s a problem we’ve talked about before: when CPAP is used to treat obstructive sleep apnea, it may sometimes cause central sleep apnea (CSA). CSA is when your brain just stops telling your lungs to breathe. This causes a major treatment problem. Not only does it make people thoroughly dependent on […]
It was designed to help patients who developed central sleep apnea after suffering a heart failure, but clinical trial results show that it did the opposite: caused early and sustained increases in patient deaths. This new insight shows how complex sleep apnea is and why we need multiple treatment options to ensure […]