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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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Untreated Sleep Apnea Tied to Resistant High Blood Pressure

Untreated Sleep Apnea Tied to Resistant High Blood Pressure

The importance of getting your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treated cannot be stressed enough. One study published by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine has revealed a strong link between severe, untreated OSA and high blood pressure undeterred by blood pressure medications. 284 participants who were at risk for cardiovascular disease, […]

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Can't Find Your Keys? It May Be Your Sleep Apnea

Can’t Find Your Keys? It May Be Your Sleep Apnea

Having sleep apnea can diminish your quality of life. The sleep disorder been linked to daytime sleepiness, morning headaches, and it’s associated with plenty of serious health conditions, including obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. And now, research from the NYC Langone Medical Center is suggesting that sleep apnea may have a negative impact on your […]

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Study Links Sleep Apnea With Cancer And Stroke Risk

The dangers of  obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) should not be taken lightly. Researchers from the University of Sydney have strong evidence that people with moderate to severe OSA have a significantly higher risk of developing cancer, stroke, and face an early death. Published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, the 20-year study included 397 adults, and […]

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Overcoming Snoring as We Grow Older

Overcoming Snoring as We Grow Older

You aren’t imagining it; your snoring may have gotten worse over the years. Dr. Rafael Pelayo of the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center says that snoring can begin at any age, but it does occur more often as you get older. Earlier this month, he sleep specialist sat down with The Huffington Post to give some […]

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