Sleep Apnea can negatively impact the entire body, not just the heart. Did you know that Sleep Apnea has scary consequences for the brain as well? Are you at risk? Stop by to find out.
New research confirms a relationship between Obstructive Sleep Apnea, which robs individuals of the restorative benefits of a good night’s rest, and high cholesterol levels. Both point to a higher risk of heart disease and stroke.
What should you do if you can’t fall asleep during a sleep study? Can you follow a regular bedtime routine? Stop by to find out the answers to these and other questions about sleep studies.
What are the best apps for tracking and improving your sleep? Stop by to find out!
Can Sleep Apnea run in families? Stop by to find out!
Who do you see for a Sleep Apnea diagnosis? Stop by to find out what doctors can write a prescription for CPAP.
A lot of information on Sleep Apnea focuses on moderate to severe types. But mild Sleep Apnea can also bring symptoms and health risks that make it a problem. It’s smart to get checked for this problem if you have symptoms, and treatments may help.
Can untreated Sleep Apnea cause an epileptic seizure? Are Sleep Apnea and epilepsy related? Stop by to find out!
Are Sleep Apnea and anxiety closely related? Is there a two-way connection between Sleep Apnea and anxiety? Read on to find out!
Sleep Apnea and hypertension are closely related, and treating Sleep Apnea has the side effect of lowering high blood pressure levels. Stop by to find out more!