Sleep Apnea Risks

Are Sleep Apnea And Epilepsy Linked?

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May, 2024

Are Sleep Apnea And Epilepsy Linked?

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Definition of Epilepsy Epilepsy is a brain disorder when nerve cell activity in the brain is disturbed. This disorder could be from a genetic order or acquired when a person experiences brain trauma or a ...

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Sleep Apnea and ADHD

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Mar, 2024

Sleep Apnea and ADHD

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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, also known as ADHD, affects approximately 11% of school-age children.1 Many of the symptoms of ADHD, however, may be similar to those of sleep apnea. Making the distinction is especially important for children, ...

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Sleep Apnea And Depression

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Mar, 2024

Sleep Apnea And Depression

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Sleep apnea is linked to many physical problems and health concerns, such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. While studies indicate a strong link between sleep deprivation and mental health, few clinicians view sleep ...

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Does Snoring Always Mean Sleep Apnea?

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Dec, 2023

Does Snoring Always Mean Sleep Apnea?

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While snoring is a common symptom of sleep apnea, it is not always definitive. Snoring is a common sleep problem that can be associated with many other aspects of personal health, lifestyle, and well-being. What ...

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Can Sleep Apnea Cause Heart Failure?

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Nov, 2023

Can Sleep Apnea Cause Heart Failure?

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has been linked to a number of short- and long-term health risks, including obesity, hypertension, and stroke. One predominant comorbidity is cardiovascular disease. In fact, research published by Harvard Health indicates that ...

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What is Sleep Talking?

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Sep, 2023

What is Sleep Talking?

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Sleep talking is essentially talking in your sleep. It can also be referred to as somniloquy and is a sleep disorder where a person is unknowingly talking in their sleep. Mostly the words spoken will ...

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