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Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that affects more than 22 million Americans. It’s characterized by interruptions in breathing during sleep, which can occur anywhere from five to 30 times per hour. Though there are three different types of sleep apnea, this post will focus on obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the most common form
How Sleep Apnea Affects Men, Women and Children Are you getting enough sleep at night? If you answered no to that question, you’re not alone. In fact, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one third of American adults don’t get enough sleep on a regular basis. The CDC
Why “Do I have Sleep Apnea or Insomnia?” is the Wrong Question. Insomnia and sleep apnea are two extraordinarily common problems. Patients, and many medical practitioners, often attempt to put these two issues into separate boxes, when in reality, they can be quite interconnected. Having an understanding of the interdependence between insomnia and sleep apnea
The Critical Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Heart Disease The American Heart Association states: “The evidence is strong for the relationship between sleep apnea and hypertension and cardiovascular disease generally…” The real question is: how deeply intertwined are sleep apnea and heart disease? According to the National Sleep Foundation, the relationship is evolving rapidly. What
What Is the Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Heart Disease? People with cardiovascular issues such as high blood pressure, heart failure and stroke have a higher chance of sleep apnea than those without the conditions. Whether sleep apnea specifically causes heart disease is still unclear, but doctors know that if you have sleep apnea, the