Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea in Children

Sleep Apnea in Children: 4 Important Questions Answered

When you hear the term “sleep apnea,” chances are, what comes to your mind first isn’t the way it affects children. In fact, maybe until now, you didn’t realize sleep apnea could affect children. But it can. And not only that, it is often and easily misdiagnosed, creating health and behavioral consequences that can take years to correct. …

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2019 Report: Untreated Sleep Apnea May Lead to Age Acceleration

According to a new Harvard study, you could be trimming decades off your life if you are living with untreated sleep apnea. As you know, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a breathing disorder that occurs while you sleep. It blocks your airways, limits the oxygen to your brain, and has been closely linked to a host …

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New Study: 37% of Adults in the Americas Have Sleep Apnea

Do you know someone who has sleep apnea? If you’re tempted to say “no,” a newly released study may surprise you.  How many people have sleep apnea according to the latest sleep apnea statistics? In the Americas, a new study conservatively reports that 170 million people have sleep apnea. The United States, Brazil, and Colombia lead the …

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7 Athletes With Sleep Apnea: Breaking the Common Misconceptions About OSA

According to a recent study by ResMed, as many as 54 million individuals in the United States struggle with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)—additionally, they noted that 80 percent of moderate to severe OSA cases go undiagnosed! Surrounding these statistics are misconceptions about sleep apnea that keep an individual from receiving a diagnosis and being treated. …

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