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Sleep Apnea may accelerate aging process, especially for women.

Sleep Apnea may accelerate aging process, especially for women.

A recent Harvard study suggests that suffering from sleep apnea can actually accelerate the aging process by increasing an individual’s "biological age."

Why Nasal Breathing Is Best


Sleep physicians can identify and correct mouth breathing in their patients. 

Sometimes we do not think about a disease until it becomes overwhelming. This is especially true when the symptoms are relatively mild, have an unclear origin, or a very gradual onset. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a good example of this sort of disease; people will often live with OSA symptoms for years before seeking medical attention.

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Sleeping more on weekends doesn't make up for sleep loss.

A new study reports that sleeping in on weekends does not reverse the damage caused for lost sleep*. This is especially bad news since, according to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately one-third of all adults in the US do not get the recommended 7 hours of sleep per night.

Arthur's Story: Chapter 2

Watch how Arthur is now able to successfully manage his day-to-day responsibilities and clients without feeling extremely tired and exhausted, thanks to the ResMed AirMini. 

Did you know CPAP therapy can improve your love life?

When it comes to sleep apnea, bed partners are often the first to see the signs.  Snoring doesn’t always mean sleep apnea, but - if you notice your partner snoring loudly, gasping for air, or snorting – they may be at risk.  Other health and lifestyle factors can increase the likelihood of sleep apnea, which shouldn’t go untreated – both for your sake and your partner’s.