Having a good night’s sleep is even more critical as research shows. However, those suffering with the condition of snoring or sleep apnea can be putting their heart at risk for decreased oxygen as well as their brain health.
In a recent article from EasyBreath, research shows that CPAP usage of 4 hours or more lead to an improvement of the heart. The study also showed that CPAP Use for sleep apnea of less than 2.5 hours did not result in improvement. Read the rest of the article below.
The heart is called a vital organ for a reason. Duh, without your heart, you’d be dead. But our heart is responsible for a number of imperative physiological functions – like pumping blood and oxygen to the rest of our organs. This is why obstructive sleep apnea can be so damaging – there is a definitive link between the sleep disorder and the development of hypertension and other potentially lethal cardiovascular issues – including the risk of dying from a sudden heart attack. Now, a new study suggests that CPAP compliance is essential in reducing these cardiovascular risks.
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