Sleep apnea

Treating sleep apnea could reduce dementia risk

Inadequate oxygen levels during sleep can damage the brain and increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, University of Queensland researchers have found.

Sleep apnea

Not all sleep apnea patients are obese

Contrary to popular opinion, not all people who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are obese. However, a new study from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) and the Prince of Wales Hospital (POWH) highlights that ...

Overweight & Obesity

New treatment for obesity developed

Researchers at the University of Liverpool, working with a global health care company, have helped develop a new treatment for obesity.

Sleep apnea

Facing sleep apnoea

A 3-D scan of your face could be all it takes to detect your risk of sleep apnoea.

Sleep apnea

Here's what you need to know about sleep apnoea

Sleep apnoea is a condition where people repeatedly stop breathing while asleep. People with sleep apnoea often complain of daytime sleepiness, difficulties concentrating, and they tend to have high blood pressure. The people ...

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