Does surgery work to treat my sleep apnea?
We don’t believe surgery is effective for many people, unless they have chronically enlarged tonsils, or nasal obstructions such as a deviated septum, or other unusual anatomical issues. If you have had sleep apnea surgery its important to know that surgery will not treat this disease long term.
Poor sleep has many side effects. Weight gain and fatigue are very common. Everyone should be aware that the earlier sleep apnea is diagnosed, the easier it is to reverse. ... Read More
Obesity and weight gain are often blamed in sleep apnea. As you can see, plenty of thin people have it too. It can happen to anyone who runs low on ... Read More