In some professions, Sleep Apnea is more than just an inconvenience – it can be deadly. Let’s look at some careers that take Sleep Apnea and CPAP therapy seriously, and what employees in these fields must do.
We all know someone who snores; we’ve heard it loud and clear every night we’ve lived with them. Some of us have even heard the harrowing signs of Sleep Apnea – that identifiable break of silence in the snore, followed by throaty gasps for breath. You may have brought it up with the snorer. Tried …
You may know that Sleep Apnea is a health concern that can impact your quality of sleep, but did you know that it also has a direct correlation to heart disease and heart attacks, the leading causes of death in the US? Read on to learn more about the risky link between Sleep Apnea and heart disease.
Approximately 80% of Sleep Apnea cases go undiagnosed and untreated. This could be catastrophic to those who do not know they suffer from Sleep Apnea and are not seeking treatment. This article will help you determine if the symptoms you are experiencing should be cause for concern and how you can talk to a medical professional about Sleep Apnea symptoms and its treatment options.