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When you hear the term “obstructive sleep apnea,” you probably think of overweight men over the age of 40 who snore incessantly throughout the night. And while it’s true that men are twice as likely as women to develop this sleeping disorder, it’s important to acknowledge that women are also at risk. Not only that,
Heart disease claims about 1 million lives per year in the United States, making it the number one cause of death among both men and women. To bring awareness to this important health issue, the World Heart Federation declared September 29th World Heart Day back in 2000. Each year, the organization strives to spread the
As men get older, there are a number of health complications they have to worry about – though some are more common than others. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at some of the diseases, illnesses and disorders that men are at high risk of developing throughout their lifetime. Cancer – The Skin Cancer
A recent study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) states that people with sleep apnea may have a higher risk of developing pneumonia than those without. Sleep apnea is caused when the upper airway becomes obstructed by soft tissue, cutting off oxygen thus disrupting breathing. The disorder has been linked to several types
Chronic obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious disorder, with serious health consequences with the risk for hypertension, cardiac disease, stroke and even death. Not only does sleep apnea put those with OSA at higher risk for those serious health issues, but it also disrupts healthy glucose function and decreases insulin sensitivity—increasing risk for Type
People with sleep apnea are more likely to die of a heart attack during the night, compared to the rest of the population. The peak time is in the early morning up to noon. This is because of daily fluctuations in the physiology of the heart and circulation. However this is not so in the