Sleep Apnea… it’s typically a problem in men, but is now becoming a more prevalent problem for women. Doctors are learning their symptoms aren’t the same as men. As Cynthia Demos reports… diagnosing the problems no longer requires you going to sleep in a lab. The lab now comes to you.
Could sleep apnea be shortening your life? Recent research has found new ways to prevent potentially life threatening blood vessel damage caused by the disease.
If you’re always tired, sleepy and simply can’t seem to get enough rest, you’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control, insufficient sleep is a growing public health epidemic which affects the nation’s work performance, productivity and health.
There is a new and easy way to diagnose sleep apnea at home. It’s a problem for millions of people and can be difficult to diagnose, until now.