Sleep Apnea: Types, Symptoms & Treatment Information Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Sleep Apnea category.

Publication List:

Sleep Breathing Machines Benefit Children with Sleep Apnea
The vast majority of children with Sleep Apnea undergo surgery on their tonsils and adenoids instead of receiving PAP therapy - Published: 2012-02-11
Treatment for Veterans with Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Leading sleep centers estimate that one in five veterans experience sleep apnea, a rate of OSA that is four times higher than in the general U.S. population - Published: 2012-02-02
Sleep Apnea Nighttime Breathing Treatment Options
Among treatments for obstructive sleep apnea the effectiveness of a nighttime-breathing machine called a CPAP was backed by strongest evidence - Published: 2011-08-10
Effective Ways of Dealing with Sleep Apnea
Sufferers of sleep apnea have several options available for treatment they can handle themselves - Published: 2011-06-05
Brain Can Learn to Overcome Sleep Apnea
The brain is using unwanted side-effects of sleep apnea to help learn to prevent future apneas by increasing depth of breathing - Published: 2011-02-01
Sleep Apnea - Even Athletes are at Risk
Dentists and physicians are discovering that sleep apnea is not just a fat person disease - Published: 2010-11-03
Dentist's Role in Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and Treatment
If you think you suffer from sleep apnea Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) recommends consulting with your dentist - Published: 2010-06-18
Sleep Apnea in Children and Teens Linked to to Lower Grades
Study Links Sleep Apnea in Children and Teens to Lower Academic Grades - Published: 2010-06-08
At Home Sleep Apnea Testing
At home sleep testing equal to overnight in lab in sleep apnea treatment results - Published: 2010-05-19
Sleep Apnea Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke
Sleep apnea tied to increased risk of stroke and even mild sleep apnea puts males in danger - Published: 2010-04-08
Injection or Throat Spray for Children with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Children with obstructive sleep apnea may use injection or throat spray instead of removing tonsils to cure snoring - Published: 2010-02-04
Reduced Brain Gray Matter in Patients with Sleep Apnea
Study Finds Reduced Brain Gray Matter Concentration in Patients with Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea - Published: 2010-02-01
Weight Loss Effective Cure for Sleep Apnea
Dramatic weight loss can be an effective way to improve moderate to severe sleep apnea - Published: 2009-12-04
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Prevalent in Adults with Down Syndrome
Children with Down syndrome are at risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea and adults with Down syndrome have more predisposing factors - Published: 2009-08-15
Patients with Mild to Moderate OSA may Benefit from Exercise
Practicing certain tongue and pharyngeal exercises may reduce symptoms of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea - Published: 2009-05-07
Study Explains Connection Between Sleep Apnea Stroke and Death
Findings may help explain why people with sleep apnea are more likely to suffer strokes and to die in their sleep - Published: 2009-01-06