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Bad Sleep Habits That Speed Up Aging

There are a million products on the market to help combat the effects of aging. From nutritional supplements to wrinkle creams, there’s a quick-fix solution for virtually all aspects of the aging process. Yet there’s one simple thing that can counteract even the most expensive anti-aging treatments – namely, not sleeping well. In fact, there […]

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Are Short Or Long Pauses in Breath Worse?

Doctors and researchers have long understood that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a dangerous condition. It links to a wide array of potentially fatal issues. These include heart attack and stroke. And undiagnosed OSA puts a patient at risk for a range of health problems that may take years to develop, but which can severely […]

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Why Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea on The Rise?

Obstructive sleep apnea is garnering national and international attention, simply because it’s so prevalent. And this prevalence is continually increasing. A recent study found that in the past two decades alone, the rates of obstructive sleep apnea has increased by 17% in females, and 34% in males. And this increase affects all ages and demographics. […]

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The Transportation Industry And Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can affect workers of all varieties. From the morning commute to projects at the office, coping with OSA (especially undiagnosed) can have a lot of dangerous consequences. It hinders your ability to concentrate and focus during your waking hours. Plus, your daily fatigue can lead to hazardous conditions in the workplace. Worst […]

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OSA Now Links to a Higher Risk of Gout

Many health risks can develop as side effects of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In addition to heart problems, lower cognitive function, and depression, we can now add gout to the list of reasons it is so important to test for and treat sleep apnea. A recent study published in the medical journal, Arthritis & Rheumatology, […]

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Nine Things Doctors Wish You Knew About OSA

When it comes to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), there can be a lot of misinformation floating around. This exceptionally common condition affects millions of people around the country, with millions more undiagnosed. So it’s no why wonder so many people don’t have all the information they need for dealing with this life-threatening sleeping disorder. This […]

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Can Obstructive Sleep Apnea Change Your Brain?

If you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and you haven’t sought treatment, then you likely already know how this condition can affect the way you think. Long periods of sleep deprivation lead to changes in all of our thought processes, from our reaction times to our ability to concentrate. And it’s not unusual to simply […]

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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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The Signs Your Sleep Apnea Is Getting Worse

Like many medical conditions, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a problem that simply won’t go away on its own. Studies have found that children who have OSA may outgrow the condition as their bodies and nasal passages develop. However, in adults, OSA will get worse over time, leading to potentially deadly consequences. Obviously, seeking a […]

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Five Reasons to Quit Smoking If You Have Sleep Apnea

If you are a smoker, you already know that your risk for a shorter lifespan is high. Smoking has been linked to everything from lung disease to skin cancer. And it is listed as one of the biggest contributors to preventable deaths in the United States. But if you also have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), […]

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