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Sleep Apnea: Types, Symptoms and Treatment Information Document List

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

Though some documents may have since been updated or revised they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

2012-02-11 : 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.
2012-02-02 : 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.
2011-08-10 : 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.
2011-06-05 : Effective Ways of Dealing with Sleep Apnea : Sufferers of sleep apnea have several options available for treatment they can handle themselves.
2011-02-01 : 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.
2010-11-03 : Sleep Apnea - Even Athletes are at Risk : Dentists and physicians are discovering that sleep apnea is not just a fat person disease.
2010-06-18 : 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.
2010-06-08 : Sleep Apnea in Children and Teens Linked to to Lower Grades : Study Links Sleep Apnea in Children and Teens to Lower Academic Grades.
2010-05-19 : At Home Sleep Apnea Testing : At home sleep testing equal to overnight in lab in sleep apnea treatment results.
2010-04-08 : 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.
2010-02-04 : 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.
2010-02-01 : Reduced Brain Gray Matter in Patients with Sleep Apnea : Study Finds Reduced Brain Gray Matter Concentration in Patients with Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
2009-12-04 : Weight Loss Effective Cure for Sleep Apnea : Dramatic weight loss can be an effective way to improve moderate to severe sleep apnea.
2009-08-15 : 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.
2009-05-07 : 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.
2009-01-06 : 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.

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