Medical Studies

Hearing-Impairment

Big New Study Shows Sleep Apnea Tied to Hearing Loss

To truly visualize the destructive nature of obstructive sleep apnea, just watch Godzilla destroy Tokyo or watch the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters traipse down Central Park West in New York City – trampling cars in its wake. That’s sort of what sleep apnea ...

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Reverse-Brain-Injury

CPAP Reverses Brain Damage Caused by Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Contrary to popular belief, we actually use our entire brain – not the commonly believed 10%. How’s that for mind blowing? When it comes to the functionality of our brain, there are two general areas –  “white matter” and “grey matter” – that keep things ...

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Sleep-Apnea-Pain

Sleep Apnea and Pain: Coincidence or Not?

A common old proverb – most commonly attributed to athletic pursuits and doing things that are hard to do – proclaims that pain is temporary and glory is forever. But what if pain is forever and glory is that day you had five years ago when ...

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Hypertension-Quote

CPAP Study: CPAP Reduces Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

The strangest thing about hypertension: most people have no idea they have it. While there are some symptoms, like constant headaches, fatigue and difficulty breathing, oftentimes people don’t find out that they have hypertension, or high blood pressure, until they are waiting to get a ...

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