sleep apnea

Dangers of Sleep Apnea


Now that you know some of the most common reasons you may have sleep apnea, it is time to get into why sleep apnea can be dangerous. If sleep apnea is left untreated, it can raise your risk of developing a host of other serious conditions including heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and more. [...]

Dangers of Sleep Apnea2020-12-28T18:15:31+00:00

5 Reasons You Might have Sleep Apnea


Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder where you actually stop breathing for periods of time ranging from seconds to minutes, throughout your nighttime sleep. This can happen even hundreds of times per night. This means that your brain and body might not receive the oxygen that it needs, and thus cause a big problem. [...]

5 Reasons You Might have Sleep Apnea2020-12-28T18:15:31+00:00

Understanding the Causes of Sleep Apnea


Apnea is the Greek word for “without breath”, so sleep apnea is sleep without breathing. Sleep apnea is very common and often becomes more frequent as age increases. If an individual stops breathing during the night, oxygen levels in the body fall. If this continues to occur frequently, blood oxygen levels could plummet to serious [...]

Understanding the Causes of Sleep Apnea2020-12-28T18:16:17+00:00
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