Article Summary Have you noticed your sleep getting worse as your pregnancy progresses? Are you waking up tired? If so, you may have Sleep Apnea, a condition that can develop during pregnancy. Does pregnancy cause Sleep Apnea? How can Sleep Apnea impact your baby? Find the answers to this and other questions you may have…
What causes Sleep Apnea? What risk factors should you watch out for? Learn how obesity, smoking, alcohol, and prescription medications all play a role in causing Sleep Apnea. Curious about other risk factors? Find out more!
Not everyone who snores suffers from Sleep Apnea. Learn about the main differences between snoring and Sleep Apnea, as well as what the treatment options are for both snoring and Sleep Apnea.
My father had the world’s most deafening snore known to mankind. The makeshift sound proofs I created just wasn’t enough. Read this post to see how untreated Sleep Apnea affects more than you.
Sleep Apnea is commonly thought of as a man’s disease, however for every three men suffering with Sleep Apnea, so does a woman. What is scary is that an estimated 90% of women with Sleep Apnea are undiagnosed. Read more to learn about the symptoms associated with Sleep Apnea in women.