Can You Blame Your Parents for Your Sleep Apnea?

Can You Blame Your Parents for Your Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a destructive disorder that causes daytime sleepiness, dementia, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and even early death. Given its severity, it is important to know how much it’s preventable through behavior change and how much of it is already in our...
The Effects of Snoring on Your Age

The Effects of Snoring on Your Age

It sounds odd, but your body might be quite a lot older or younger than your birthday is telling you. That’s because your biological age is not the same as your chronological age. Your biological age is the measurement of how healthy your cells are. You probably know...
Snoring and Sleep Apnea Can Destroy Your Career

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Can Destroy Your Career

Snoring may be good at annoying your partner, but it could also be doing your career a favor too. That’s because snoring is also one of the strongest indicators that you might suffer from sleep apnea. You might know that sleep apnea is a sleep disorder where your...
Sleep Apnea Can Cause this Deadly Blood Condition

Sleep Apnea Can Cause this Deadly Blood Condition

You may not have heard of multiple myeloma, but if you suffer from sleep apnea then you really need to know about it. It’s an untreatable type of blood cancer that can be deadly, and a study in the latest edition of the American Journal of Physiology shows that people...
The Physical Damage of Snoring

The Physical Damage of Snoring

Snoring is sometimes seen as a bit of a joke problem, something that is irritating to our sleeping partners that we aren’t even aware of. But scientists from Umea University in Sweden have just concluded that snoring can do real physical damage too. For their study...
Snoring Ruins Cognitive Function – How to Regain It

Snoring Ruins Cognitive Function – How to Regain It

Snoring is one of the greatest indicators of sleep apnea, and sleep apnea has long been proven to cause cognitive impairment. So, the question is: If you feel like your memory is not as good as it used to be, can you regain it by tackling your snoring and sleep apnea....