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Can Treating Sleep Apnea Help With Stroke Recovery?

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and a high risk of stroke tend to go hand in hand. And there’s a good reason why. When a person stops breathing throughout the night, the lowered oxygen levels can have severe and long-lasting effects on the heart. This leads to the higher risk of a myriad of heart-health issues, including […]

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How Obstructive Sleep Apnea Affects Your Blood Pressure

Problems with blood pressure affect millions of Americans. Stress and diet are often contributing factors to these problems. But there are also other health issues that can harm it. It’s been well documented that a lack of sleep due to a chronic condition like obstructive sleep apnea can have a huge impact on your heart […]

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New Research: Sleep Apnea Is Undiagnosed at an Alarming Global Scale

It can be hard for researchers and physicians to garner statistics on obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), because the condition goes undiagnosed and untreated so often. It’s roughly estimated that a total of 22 million Americans currently have moderate or severe OSA. From this number, roughly 80% have never been diagnosed or sought treatment for their […]

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What to Do When the Summertime Affects Your Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Summer is just around the corner. And while this generally means plenty of long and fun days ahead, it can also negatively impact your sleeping habits, and your obstructive sleep apnea. From how you sleep during the night to outside factors that can worsen your condition, the arrival of summer means having to be cautious […]

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Healthy Sleep Habits for OSA and Pregnancy

Are you pregnant but also suffer from obstructive sleep apnea? Then you already have more obstacles than normal to overcome. Because obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can have so much influence on our overall health, it’s imperative for pregnant women to pay attention to this condition. This is because of the ways it can affect their […]

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The Best Sleeping Tips for Neck Pain

If you are like millions of Americans, you’ve experienced those mornings when you wake up with a stiff neck. Neck pain is one of the most reported chronic pains for adults. And doctors and researchers have found in many cases, the pain in your neck may be linked to how you are sleeping. Do you […]

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Is It Allergies, Sleep Apnea, or Both?

Spring is just around the corner. It’s time for more sunshine, flowers, and green landscapes all around. But for millions of Americans, it also means more allergies. And when it comes to sleep-related issues, allergies – seasonal or otherwise – can be a key cause or contributor to a number of conditions that impact your […]

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Have Heartburn at Bedtime? Five Things You Can Do

Many people who suffer from heartburn are very familiar with sleepless nights. Heartburn and acid indigestion tend to be most prevalent after a big meal or in the minutes leading up to bedtime. And your ensuing sleep can suffer. If you’ve ever had trouble going to sleep because of heartburn, or have found yourself waking […]

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Children Who Sleep More Have a Reduced Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes has been a serious national health issue for quite some time. In recent years, researchers and physicians have seen the number of cases of diabetes go up for one of the most vulnerable segments of the population: children. In the United States alone, roughly 29.1 million people are living with diagnosed or undiagnosed diabetes […]

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Sleep Apnea and Memory – A Dangerous Correlation 

Recent studies have found that untreated obstructive sleep apnea may increase a person’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease later in life, but as it turns out, sleep apnea sufferers may also experience cognitive impairment much sooner than that.  In one such study that was conducted by researchers at New York University, people who had sleep apnea were diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (or MCI) roughly ten years earlier than their […]

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