The American Sleep Apnea Association has provided online general information about the disease. If you have little or no knowledge of Sleep Apnea, this site is a must.
More than 18 million persons have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), but more than 90% of cases still remain undiagnosed. This source offers a thorough review of key considerations in the identification and treatment of OSA, and discusses issues often unaddressed in other publications on the topic, such as gender, age, drug interactions, and associated conditions to supply the clinician with best practices, expert recommendations, and clear-cut tables and guidelines for the care of patients with this disorder.
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PDF book download: SLEEP APNEA. Have You been told over And over again that you snore a lot, but you choose to ignore it? In this guide, you will discover:
- Four things that can put you at risk for developing sleep apnea
- The three types of categories of sleep apnea
- Signs and symptoms of sleep apnea
- Why it is more than just chronic snoring to diagnose this sleep disorder
- How one of the sleep apnea categories affects the throat muscles
- What happens when you have low levels of oxygen