Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Makes Body Fat Even Unhealthier

Sleep apnea and obesity have a complex relationship. Obesity is a leading cause of sleep apnea, and many of the dangers of sleep apnea are also dangers of obesity. This has led some to argue that it is not sleep apnea that is dangerous, but obesity, with sleep apnea playing a […]

Why Your Snoring Might Be Worse Around the Holidays

Have you noticed that you’re getting more complaints from your spouse than usual about your snoring? If so, then the holidays may be to blame. There are many reasons why you might experience worse snoring during the holidays.

Maybe It’s Getting Noticed More

The problem might actually not be that your snoring is worse–it might […]

Current Screening Tools May Be Inaccurate for Pregnant Women

We know that sleep apnea carries many serious risks for people of all ages and health conditions. And we are coming to understand that it carries special risks for pregnant women, making it essential that we properly identify sleep apnea in pregnant women.

However, a new comprehensive review shows that […]

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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What Percentage of Snorers Have Sleep Apnea?

If you’re a snorer, you’ve probably been warned that this could be a sign that you have sleep apnea. Now you’re trying to decide how great that risk is.

Unfortunately, the Internet is not very helpful on this question. Reputable sources quote wildly different numbers. For example, an expert on NPR is quoted as […]

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