The Health Risks of Untreated Sleep Apnea

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Suffering from sleep apnea can be a drag physically and mentally, but it also takes a toll on your overall health if left untreated. Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder wherein you have one or more pauses in breathing, lasting from a few seconds to minutes, while you sleep. These apneic pauses can occur more than 30 times an hour. If diagnosed with sleep apnea, using a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine can decrease apneic pauses while sleeping by delivering pressurized air, usually through a mask, providing just enough air to prevent the airway from collapsing while sleeping.

An estimated 18 million Americans suffer from the harmful effects of sleep apnea. However, two to four percent of all America

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Sleep Apnea and Your Helath

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Sleep apnea is a serious condition that affects nearly 18 million Americans. One in 50 people are still undiagnosed. Those with asthma are at a greater risk of sleep apnea. Men are nearly twice as likely as women to suffer sleep apnea. Asthma and gender are both contributing sleep apnea causes, but there are many effects common with sleep apnea as well as ways to prevent the damaging effects.

Sleep is essential to our well-being. Sleep apnea causes problems with the cardiovascular system. Those with untreated sleep apnea are three times as likely to suffer from heart disease. Heart disease can lead to stroke. Sleep apnea patients are four times as likely to suffer

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The Top 3 Inconvenient Ailments of the Elderly

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As our bodies age, there is a plethora of illnesses and ailments that we are a greater risk of developing. Diabetes, hernias, incontinence, and the list goes on for problems that can effect one’s daily habits. There are over 1.4 million new diagnosis of diabetes each year, leaving people to wonder what diabetic care entails. Many adults chose to use the bare minimum treatment such as an inguinal hernia truss. Preventive care comes first, but once the ailment takes hold treatment can only progress with the quality of information received.

There are about 11.8 million people over the age of 65 living with diabetes. It has been found that this disease rarely wrecks havoc on the body alone. The

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