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Do adjustable beds help with sleep apnea?

If you or your partner have sleep apnea, that likely means one or both of you are waking up and feeling like you barely got a wink of rest. There are many treatments available for this exhausting condition, all depending on its severity, but one in particular may present the most comfortable solution for you and your partner. Lying […]

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Not Sure If You Have Sleep Apnea? Check Out These Signs

Not Sure If You Have Sleep Apnea? Check Out These Signs

Sleep apnea is uncommonly diagnosed because doctors don’t regularly check its symptoms, and the signs can be easily overlooked. Characterized by pausing in breathing, sometimes hundreds of times a night, this sleep disorder is particularly dangerous because those constant sleep disruptions cause the sleeper to lose oxygen. Often, the disruptions do not cause a person […]

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Heart Procedures Linked to Sleep Apnea

According to new research, patients getting their heart disease treated by percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) are at a high risk for sleep apnea. Researcher Dr. Luciano Drager of the University of São Paulo School of Medicine in Brazil and his team studied 1,305 patients from India, Singapore, China, Myanmar and Brazil. Most of the study participants […]

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Study Links Asthma to Sleep Apnea Risk

Study Links Asthma to Sleep Apnea Risk

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) brings along serious health risks, and having asthma could increase your chances of developing sleep disorder. Published in the January 13th issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr. Mihaela Teodorescu and her team found that the longer their participants had asthma, the stronger the risk was for OSA. […]

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Source: Sleep Education

Don’t Let Sleep Apnea Go Undetected!

Sleep apnea is a chronic sleep disorder that could be taking away from the quality of your life. Characterized by pauses in breathing while sleeping up to hundreds of times a night, the chronic sleep disorder is estimated to affect the lives of at least 22 million adults in the U.S., according to the American […]

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Treating Your Sleep Apnea May Bring You More Happiness

Treating Your Sleep Apnea May Bring You More Happiness

The link between sleep and happiness isn’t new in sleep medicine, but there is new research that people with obstructive sleep apnea should know about. Researchers at the University of Calgary, Canada found that patients with obstructive sleep apnea who received continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy or a mandibular advancement device (MAD) to treatment […]

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