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The Truth About Sleep Apnea

September 20, 2018

From the Consumer Reports website

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), marked by numerous pauses in breathing during sleep, can cause daytime drowsiness and boost heart failure, stroke, and dementia risks.

And some people with OSA don’t know they have it: A study of older adults from the University of Michigan found that 56 percent of participants were at high risk for OSA, yet only 8 percent were tested for it.

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