Research links sleep disorders to cognitive troubles. Our experts explain how improving your sleep may bolster your brain function.
Knowing what tonsils and adenoids do and why doctors sometimes take them out can help you decide if surgery is the right call for your child (or for you).
Severe snoring isn’t without risks. A new study shows that obstructive sleep apnea puts women, in particular, at risk for heart problems.
Can your sleep study be done at home? Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, fields this one.
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The number of Americans with sleep apnea has risen substantially since the 1990s. Discover what causes sleep apnea, the symptoms to watch for, and who’s at greatest risk.
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Sleep apnea — a sleep disorder in which breathing is briefly and repeatedly interrupted during sleep — may be doing more than affecting the quality of your sleep and making you tired. A recent study finds a link between abnormal breathing patterns during sleep – like heavy snoring and apnea – and cognitive decline at an earlier … Read More