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If you are not familiar with this medical disorder, we suggest that you start with Sleep Apnea 101, which will give you an overview of sleep apnea and guide you through the rest of the site. Alternatively, you can start browsing the articles.


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Sleep Apnea In Children

Sleep apnea, a sleep disorder characterized by the frequent start and stop of breathing, is a common problem in children. Sleep apnea in children is recognized as the root of many attention and behavior complications during the daytime. Symptoms of sleep apnea in children Sleep apnea in children is categorized into three types. These are: […]

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Sleep Apnea Test: How Is Sleep Apnea Diagnosed?

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious condition that occurs when an individual experiences difficulty breathing while asleep. It’s very hard to self-diagnose and you need to take a sleep apnea test to determine whether or not you’re suffering from this disorder. What is sleep apnea? This sleep disorder is usually caused by some type of […]

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Signs Of Sleep Apnea And Common Symptoms

Sleep apnea is a relatively common sleep disorder, and the signs of sleep apnea are characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep. These pauses are called apnea. The pauses can last anywhere from a few seconds to a minute or more, and there is a wide range of severity. The pauses in breathing can happen […]

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What Is Sleep Apnea?

What is sleep apnea? It is a disorder that causes breathing to stop and start periodically during sleep. When there is a lapse in breathing, it interrupts deep sleep enough to cause breathing to resume. This can happen numerous times in one night. It is not usually detected during routine visits to the doctor but […]

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