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.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a treatable condition and its successful treatment can improve all aspects of your life. The therapy helps control the symptoms, although it will need to be...
Positive lifestyle modifications can go a long way in reducing sleep apnea symptoms(1). There are many things you can do on your own to help yourself. Here are some suggestions
Find out what sleep apnea is in this interview with Professor Damien Leger, Head of the Sleep Center at Hotel-Dieu in Paris (France).
The best time to go to bed remains a personal matter, and depends on the amount of sleep you need and when you have to wake up in the morning.
Air Liquide Healthcare cares for 1,300,000 patients suffering from chronic diseases at home. As a leading player in home healthcare, Air Liquide Healthcare strives to ensure patients receive their...
Sleep apnea is a common but unrecognized disease. Even if some factors put you at increased risk, people can have sleep apnea, regardless of age, sex or body type.
Sleep apnea sufferers often ask if pollution affects their condition - air pollution in particular, but other types of pollution like indoor pollution too. It’s a very current issue with the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) being held in Paris at the end of November 2015. Below you’ll find some information on the connection between sleep apnea and pollution, as well as some tips on how to manage it.