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Sleep Apnea Test Results Explained

After a potentially-long night completing a polysomnography—known more commonly as a sleep study, which has been performed for decades to diagnose and evaluate the severity of sleep apnea—the last thing you want to do is comb through a bunch of numbers to try to decipher your sleep apnea test results.  While you may be eager …

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9 Sleep Apnea Statistics You Should Know in 2021

Around 35% of all American adults report sleeping less than seven hours per night on average, and people with certain medical conditions like sleep apnea—especially when undiagnosed—have a harder time getting enough shut-eye each night. When you read sleep apnea statistics, it’s easy to see why so many people are missing quality sleep and why …

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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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