Health Effects

5 Prescriptions You May Not Need If You Treat Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea might be described as a keystone condition. That’s because it’s just one condition that can have a dramatic impact on your overall health. The good news is that treating sleep apnea can have a dramatic impact on many health conditions. It can lead to significant improvement in many health conditions.

With Americans relying on […]

It’s Not Too Late for Sleep Apnea Treatment After Stroke

Sleep apnea treatment is best undertaken as soon as possible. The serious risks associated with sleep apnea can be reduced or avoided with sleep apnea treatment undertaken early enough. This means, of course, a sleep apnea treatment that you actually use.

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CPAP “No Good” for Heart Problems

It has long been thought that CPAP deserved its status as the “Gold Standard” for sleep apnea treatment. Because it has the ability to ensure air is constantly reaching the lungs, it essentially eliminates apneic events, and, therefore, can eliminate the dangerous consequences of sleep apnea.

However, as we have studied the function of […]

Should We Define “Gestational Sleep Apnea”?

Although sleep apnea is more commonly considered a man’s problem, there are two times in their lives when women are at very elevated risk for sleep apnea. One of them is after menopause, when women’s risk of sleep apnea approaches and may even exceed a man’s of the same age.

But the […]

Snoring and Short Sleep Linked to Poor Breast Cancer Survival

A new study shows that women who report snoring and getting too little sleep before their breast cancer diagnosis have much poorer survival rates than those who get enough sleep and don’t snore.

The researchers suggest that the connection could be that poor sleep drives inflammatory processes that can worsen cancer.

A […]

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