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Understanding Sleep Apnea In Women

Understanding Sleep Apnea In Women

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is when the upper airway collapses and obstructs the air flow. OSA is most often associated with men, snoring and obesity, so recognising the peculiar symptoms and potential risks for sleep apnea in women is increasingly important. It is often the disruptive effect on a partner that triggers concerns which can be dangerous if not diagnosed, understood or remedied.

How To Maintain Your Bedroom For A Healthier Sleep

How To Maintain Your Bedroom For A Healthier Sleep

It’s not easy to get a good night’s sleep nowadays, and that is likely due to not knowing how to maintain your bedroom for a healthier sleep. However, sleep is necessary for us to restore our powers and gain strength for one more day full of challenges. If we’re lucky, we should be getting around 8 hours of sleep each night. Here are some maintenance sleep tips to help you out.

What Is Sleep Apnea And Why You Shouldn't Neglect It

What Is Sleep Apnea And Why You Shouldn’t Neglect It

Just what is sleep apnea? In today’s fast paced lifestyle, people seldom find time for a good-night sleep. Excessive work, unhealthy diet, less work-outs and hitting the bed late shrink the resting time. It is well documented that individuals should get at least 8 hours of sleep per day. It is necessary for your body to rest and when your cells work in synchronization to refresh you.