Sleep apnea is a common, progressive disease, which affects a large segment of our population. According to the Institute of Medicine, nearly 70 million people in the United States, including children, suffer from chronic sleep disorders and approximately 20 million have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Over 80% of these people are either undiagnosed or in denial. Sleep apnea impacts both women and men, although it is more common with men. It gets worse as we grow older…if you get a chance to grow older. The number of people with apnea increases with age and for people 65 and older, apnea affects as many as 65%!
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