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I’m a CPAP dropout: Why many lose sleep over apnea treatment

I’m a CPAP dropout: Why many lose sleep over apnea treatment

More than 936 million people have sleep apnea, ResMed-led analysis reveals

More than 936 million people have sleep apnea, ResMed-led analysis reveals

CPAP treatment for sleep apnea can improve depression symptoms

CPAP treatment for sleep apnea can improve depression symptoms

Sleep quality could be indicator for later Alzheimer’s disease finds study

Sleep quality could be indicator for later Alzheimer’s disease finds study

PET/CT imaging spots cardiovascular disease risk factors in OSA patients

PET/CT imaging spots cardiovascular disease risk factors in OSA patients

People with obstructive sleep apnea have higher risk of involuntary job loss

People with obstructive sleep apnea have higher risk of involuntary job loss

Nurses potentially suffer from sleep deprivation and common sleep disorders

Nurses potentially suffer from sleep deprivation and common sleep disorders

Sleep-disordered breathing severity associated with epigenetic age acceleration

Sleep-disordered breathing severity associated with epigenetic age acceleration

Irregular sleep patterns associated with metabolic abnormalities

Irregular sleep patterns associated with metabolic abnormalities

UA physician-scientist receives grant to study sleep apnea and heart health

UA physician-scientist receives grant to study sleep apnea and heart health

Study examines mortality risks among professional athletes

Study examines mortality risks among professional athletes

Study finds extremely low use of weight loss medicines by veterans

Study finds extremely low use of weight loss medicines by veterans

Patients with sleep apnea have higher risk of postoperative cardiovascular complications

Patients with sleep apnea have higher risk of postoperative cardiovascular complications

New radar system can wirelessly monitor vital signs of patients

New radar system can wirelessly monitor vital signs of patients

Snoring causes damage and prevents healing in the upper airway tract

Snoring causes damage and prevents healing in the upper airway tract

SLU researcher wins NIH grant to identify risk factors for opioid-related depression

SLU researcher wins NIH grant to identify risk factors for opioid-related depression

Study: Women tend to underreport snoring and underestimate its loudness

Study: Women tend to underreport snoring and underestimate its loudness

Common sleep myths may pose a significant public health threat

Common sleep myths may pose a significant public health threat

Researchers develop oral appliance to help sufferers of sleep apnea

Researchers develop oral appliance to help sufferers of sleep apnea

Study reports new findings that are contrary to traditional thinking about sleep disorders

Study reports new findings that are contrary to traditional thinking about sleep disorders