Sleep apnea and COPD are two health conditions that affect millions of Americans. Together, they can seriously impact an individual’s health and overall quality of life. If you’re interested in learning more about the relationship between sleep apnea and COPD, we’re here to address a few of the most frequently asked questions.
Recent advancements in technology have made it possible for you to perform a home sleep apnea test so you can avoid spending an awkward, restless night of sleep at a clinic to receive a diagnosis.
Many people struggle with insomnia from time to time. An occasional restless night usually isn’t cause for concern. But if you often find it hard to sleep at night, it’s time to take steps to improve your sleep quality.
All forms of sleep apnea disrupt your breathing, which can negatively impact your nightly sleep. Learn about the different types of sleep apnea and common ways to treat them.
An estimated 22 to 29 million Americans—about 12 percent of the adult population—suffer from sleep apnea, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. That’s up from estimates of three to seven percent as recently as 2008.