Sleep Apnea, What Is

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Sleep Apnea, What Is

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Sleep apnea is a common disorder that can be very serious.

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Snoring without sleep apnea does not increase death or heart disease risk

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Sleep apnea in women: more common than we thought? - The Insomnia Blog - Sleep Doctor Michael Breus, PhD

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Glare-Raising: How Much Energy Does Excessive Nighttime Lighting Waste?: Scientific American

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Aviisha | Sleeping Less than Six Hours a Night Increases Stroke Risk

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Is When You Eat as Important as What You Eat? | Dr. Sharma's Obesity Notes

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Sleep Apnea Can Lead to Cancer | Men's Health News

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New Studies Linking Sleep Apnea to Cancer Prompt Aviisha to Lower Cost of Home Sleep Test

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Snoring 'can raise cancer risk five-fold' - Telegraph

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