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Sleep Apnea Treatment Can Break the Cycle of Poor Health

Many people with sleep apnea don’t realize they have it. They also don’t realize that it’s behind many of the serious health problems they’ve been experiencing. Worse, when people have sleep apnea, it creates a cycle of poor health that can cause rapid declines in health and make it hard to get better. Fortunately,

By |September 23rd, 2015|Heart, Sleep Apnea, Weight Gain|Comments Off on Sleep Apnea Treatment Can Break the Cycle of Poor Health

Losing Weight to Treat Sleep Apnea

According to many studies, overweight individuals are more likely to suffer from many different health conditions including diabetes, hypertension, and sleep apnea. They are more likely to suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) because of the excess deposits of fat that can grow within the neck and throat region. This fat can cause the [...]

By |August 5th, 2011|Sleep Apnea, Weight Gain|Comments Off on Losing Weight to Treat Sleep Apnea

Waist-size and Sleep Apnea – A Connection But Not Direct Correlation

Common sense and some medical studies conducted in the past have lead to the general belief that people who are overweight and/or obese are more prone to suffer from a variety of health conditions, especially those dealing with cardiovascular health. We’ve all seen or read something that claims that those who are overweight are more [...]

By |June 22nd, 2011|Sleep Apnea, Weight Gain|Comments Off on Waist-size and Sleep Apnea – A Connection But Not Direct Correlation

Weight-Loss and Sleep Apnea

Patients who have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, specifically obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), are often (but not always) obese or overweight as well. The connection between sleep apnea and excessive weight has to do with fat deposits within the neck and throat area which can put pressure on the airway, occasionally causing it [...]

By |April 15th, 2011|Sleep Apnea, Weight Gain|Comments Off on Weight-Loss and Sleep Apnea