Quite simply, sleep is vital. It is vital for our overall well-being and vital for the mental, physical and emotional health of adults and children.
Strange question isn’t it? It is just that many people have misconceptions about sleep apnea? Discover here the risks and the symptoms in adults and children.
Early detection and diagnosis are important when it comes to sleep apnea. For a start, it may be helpful to ask a partner, family members or friends if you snore loudly or have pauses in breathing...
Here are some practical daily tips to help you remain independent when living with and being treated for sleep apnea. With a little bit of forward planning, organization and information, you can...
Find out what sleep apnea is in this interview with Professor Damien Leger, Head of the Sleep Center at Hotel-Dieu in Paris (France).
Although Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the most widely used treatment for moderate and severe sleep apnea,(1) patients may have two more principal options open to them: oral appliances and - sometimes - surgery.