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Why Speech is the Achilles’ Heel of the Human Race Why Speech is the Achilles’ Heel of the Human Race

This article appeared originally on KevinMD. The Greek hero of the Trojan war, Achilles, had only one vulnerable area on his body—his heel. Similarly, modern humans also have a vulnerable part of the our anatomy, the upper airway, which simultaneously accommodates for breathing, swallowing, and speaking.... 

An In-Depth Look at DIY Snoring Mouthpieces An In-Depth Look at DIY Snoring Mouthpieces

Guest article  Types of OTC oral appliances for snoring There are literally dozens of over-the-counter (OTC) mandibular advancement devices (MAD) available, which means that making a decision can be anything but easy. One should consider several factors before making such an important decision. After... 

7 Ways to Speed Up Aging 7 Ways to Speed Up Aging

Not getting enough sleep can definitely cause more facial wrinkles, but here are 7 more ways to make sure that you get even more wrinkles, have more aches and pains, feel old, or even die sooner. 1. Eat or snack close to bedtime. Going to bed on a full stomach may help you fall asleep faster, but once... 

The Connection Between Migraines & Sleep-Breathing Problems The Connection Between Migraines & Sleep-Breathing Problems

Michelle Bachmann’s recent revelation that she suffers from migraines brings up an important point that most doctors and the lay public don’t appreciate: the importance of proper breathing at night. It’s commonly known that sleep deprivation can cause or aggravate migraines, but what’s... 

Major Life Changes That Can Trigger Sleep Apnea Major Life Changes That Can Trigger Sleep Apnea

Recurrent sinus infections, throat pain, ear fullness and chronic cough are some of the most common conditions that I see every day. You may think that I typically diagnose and treat for routine bacterial infections in these situations, but in most cases, they’re not really infections at all. What... 

Septoplasty Without Packings Or Splints Septoplasty Without Packings Or Splints

One of the most uncomfortable things you can do to another person is to place nasal packs in their nose after nasal surgery.  What’s even worse is when you have to take it out. I know what it feels like, as I had nasal packs after I broke my nose when I was six. I still remember waking up after... 

The Fountain of Youth, Revealed The Fountain of Youth, Revealed

Ponce de Leon is well known as the Spanish explorer that searched for the fountain of youth in the early 1500s. Even today, that search continues through the multi-billion dollar cosmetics industry, plastic surgery procedures, and nutritional products. Anti-aging medicine even has a certifying organization... 

Sleep Apnea Is A Craniofacial Problem Sleep Apnea Is A Craniofacial Problem

As a resident during otolaryngology training, I rotated in the medical center’s craniofacial clinic, seeing various disorders that lead to underdeveloped or malformed facial or skull structures. These syndromic children clearly had severely asymmetric faces or underformed jaws. In many cases they... 

ADHD & Sleep Apnea: The Controversial Connection ADHD & Sleep Apnea: The Controversial Connection

As the new school year begins, it’s only natural that there’s more awareness about learning and behavior issues. One of the most controversial topics that came up frequently is ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It’s thought that 2-4% of children have this condition,... 

What Everyone Should Know About Mold What Everyone Should Know About Mold

I was recently watching an HGTV program where a prospective home buyer was shown a house with obvious mold in the basement after flooding. The discussion that took place between the host and the guest was similar to talking about the black plague. Similarly, even in my practice, many patients are at... 

Central Sleep Apnea—A Simple Explanation Central Sleep Apnea—A Simple Explanation

In sleep disorders, obstructive sleep apnea is the most common condition that’s seen, but a significant number of people with obstructive sleep apnea will also have central sleep apnea. Central sleep apnea is thought to be a condition that’s associated with a number of different neurologic... 

7 Common Procedures That Can Worsen Sleep Apnea 7 Common Procedures That Can Worsen Sleep Apnea

Millions of surgical operations are performed every year to improve your health, beauty, and even your smile, but there’s a hidden danger in some of the most common procedures that can aggravate if not actually cause obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea happens when your jaws are too narrow, which... 

The Biggest Throat Problem for Sleep Apnea Sufferers The Biggest Throat Problem for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

If you wake up every morning needing to hack up lots of thick mucous, or have throat pain, hoarseness, or a chronic cough, you’re not alone. You may think it’s the beginning of a cold, but a cold doesn’t continue for weeks to months without progressing into the full-blown viral symptoms. Instead,... 

UARS: The Hidden Sleep Condition UARS: The Hidden Sleep Condition

You’ve gained some weight over the years and you’re just not sleeping well. Your husband says you’ve begun snoring. You know that your father has obstructive sleep apnea and is doing well with CPAP. You mention this to your doctor and she orders a sleep study. The sleep study comes... 

Don’t Let Poor Sleep Ruin Your Vacation Don’t Let Poor Sleep Ruin Your Vacation

There are many resources available regarding tips for travel while on vacation, but one thing that can definitely ruin your vacation is poor sleep. You may never think that you will suffer from sleeping problem until it happens, and by then, it’s too late. Besides the various stresses of travel,... 

Tips for Traveling with Your CPAP Machine Tips for Traveling with Your CPAP Machine

One of the most common excuses for not wanting to use CPAP is that “I travel a lot.” Even after I explain that many people travel just fine with their CPAP machines, some people are stll reluctant. With advances in technology and increased awareness by the lay public, government officials... 

The Biggest Ear Problems for Sleep Apnea Sufferers The Biggest Ear Problems for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

If you have obstructive sleep apnea, chances are, you’re likely to have some sort of an ear problem. There are a number of reasons why you’re going to be prone to various ear problems, but in many cases, the problem is not actually coming from the ear. To better manage your ear issues, you... 

Top Ten Do’s and Don’ts of Ear Remedies Top Ten Do’s and Don’ts of Ear Remedies

Patients always ask what they can do on their own to prevent chronic ear problems. Here’s a Top Ten List of my Do’s and Don’ts for your ears. It’s a condensed version of what I tell my patients all the time. Hope they help you to avoid ear problems from plaguing you. TOP TEN DO’s TOP... 

Is Your Father Going Through Menopause? Is Your Father Going Through Menopause?

Over the past year, ever since the birth of our third son, Brennan, I've been more tired than usual. Not too unexpected when you have a newborn, right? Add to this having to help my wife tend to the needs of our two older boys, who are 7 and 10. But even now when Brennan is sleeping well through... 

Proven Weight Loss Strategies for Sleep Apnea Sufferers Proven Weight Loss Strategies for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

My wife just commented to me that just by eating dinner about one hour earlier than usual for the past few weeks, she's automatically lost about 2-3 pounds. We normally eat about 3 hours before bedtime, but by the time we finish dinner and have fruit for dessert, it's about two and a half hours... 

Why Mothers Are So Tired Why Mothers Are So Tired

Mother’s Day has come and gone, and despite the short respite that many mothers received from their loved ones, most mothers are in a constant state of exhaustion. There are many explanations for why this is so, including the demands of modern society, family, career, and so on. But as many fathers... 

Allergy Solutions for Sleep Apnea Sufferers Allergy Solutions for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

Spring is in the air, and so are the tree pollens. Millions of people suffer this time of the year from sneezing, scratchy, itchy eyes, nose and throats, nasal congestion and chronic cough. It's also a given that if you have allergies, you won't sleep as well, along with everything from asthma,... 

Why Is Your Teen So Sleepy? The Answer May Surprise You Why Is Your Teen So Sleepy? The Answer May Surprise You

Looking back at my teen years at Stuyvesant High School in the mid 1980s, it's amazing what I was able to accomplish: Beside the rigors of academics, I was in the symphonic band, orchestra, jazz band, captain of the track team, and a major science geek, entering and placing in various prestigious... 

An Insider’s Guide to Septoplasty An Insider’s Guide to Septoplasty

The septoplasty operation is one of the most misunderstood surgical procedures that lay people, and even many physicians have. Some people even equate septoplasty with having a nose job, which is not true. Although, some people use having a crooked septum as  an excuse to undergo a rhinoplasty,... 

What You Can Do About Your Stuffy Nose What You Can Do About Your Stuffy Nose

Although many people assume that big nosed people naturally breathe better, there's nothing further from the truth.  The shape and size of your nose is mostly cosmetic. How well you breathe actually depends on what your internal breathing passageways look like. And for many sleep apnea sufferers,... 

Why Sleep Loss Can Make You Gain Belly Fat Why Sleep Loss Can Make You Gain Belly Fat

Dieting and weight loss has surpassed baseball as America's national pastime. It's estimated that 2/3 of all Americans are officially overweight, and 1/3 are obese. Besides the routine bulges that you see on the outside, the presence of visceral fat (or belly fat)—not the flabby fat under... 

7 Simple Ways To Get Rid of Your Snoring For Good 7 Simple Ways To Get Rid of Your Snoring For Good

If your spouse or bed-partner snores and keeps you up at night, then you're not alone. Most people snore at least occasionally, while about 25% snore all the time. Snoring is a major problem that not only can affect your relationship, but your health as well (snorer and snoree). Snoring may be... 

Breathing Lessons for Sleep Apnea Sufferers Breathing Lessons for Sleep Apnea Sufferers

Proper breathing is fundamental to good health and vitality. It's also the most basic physiologic function that we must do to survive. Improper breathing can lead to illness, disease, and ultimately, death. Ancient Hindu cultures recognized this basic principle and developed very sophisticated breathing... 

5 Things You MUST Know About Sleep Apnea Surgery 5 Things You MUST Know About Sleep Apnea Surgery

Sleep apnea surgery is one of the most controversial subjects in sleep medicine. There are heated debates within the sleep community as well as in online forums and support groups. Sleep apnea surgery is definitely not for everyone, for some, it can be a life-changing experience. Here are 5 important... 

5 Quick And Easy Ways To Get Better Sleep Fast 5 Quick And Easy Ways To Get Better Sleep Fast

  In our over-stressed, over-weight, sleep-deprived society, there’s a tendency for experts to offer you the latest, greatest, high-tech, and usually expensive advice when you want to get better sleep. From the new Zeo (which measures your brain waves while you sleep), to $3,000 mattresses... 

Attention All Mouth Breathers – 5 Important Reasons Why You Must  Breathe Through Your Nose Attention All Mouth Breathers – 5 Important Reasons Why You Must Breathe Through Your Nose

If you’re a chronic mouth breather because of a stuffy nose, you’re not alone. As the weather chills and allergies and colds abound, and nasal congestion becomes a common trend, mouth breathing inevitably follows-especially when you’re sleeping. I’m sure you’ve seen many... 

Sleep Is The New Black: 5 Steps to Get What You Need and Want Sleep Is The New Black: 5 Steps to Get What You Need and Want

When a Need Becomes A Want Imagine a day when you can wake up naturally on your own, on time, without an alarm clock, revived and refreshed in the mornings, ready to face whatever challenges that may come your way. You work hard, and play harder, and when you hit the pillow, you fall asleep instantly,... 

The Hidden Truth About Allergies Revealed The Hidden Truth About Allergies Revealed

Everyone knows that allergies cause sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and nasal congestion and that for some people these symptoms can be more severe than for others. For these people allergies can feel like a curse, making them feel sleepy, irritable and downright miserable. There are many medical explanations... 

The Facts About Anti-Aging: Science or Scam? The Facts About Anti-Aging: Science or Scam?

  September for those of you who weren’t aware is Healthy Aging Month. This brings to mind my father who just turned 77 this August even though my wife says that he looks like he’s 10 years younger. Everyone who knows him agrees. But the funny thing is my father is the antithesis of... 

Why Your Child Can’t Sleep Why Your Child Can’t Sleep

Whenever I get together with other families with young children, almost invariably, there will be one or two parents who struggle with their child’s sleep. Issues range from frequent awakenings to too frequent feedings to sleeping in the parent’s bed. It’s no surprise then why so many... 

What Everyone Should Know About Tonsillectomy What Everyone Should Know About Tonsillectomy

Tonsils are one of the most misunderstood structures in the throat, not only by patients, but by many doctors as well. Traditional teaching states that tonsils are glands in the throat that help to fight infection. Because they are blamed for most cases of repeated throat infections, tonsillectomy is... 

Our Health Scare Crisis Our Health Scare Crisis

Most people think the birth of their child as a memorable and joyous event, and for us, the birth of Brennan 5 months ago brought an amazing and vibrant boy into our lives. However, there’s always a dark side to every good thing—in this case, it was having to go tread through the health care... 

Real Life Confessions of a Healthcare Addict Real Life Confessions of a Healthcare Addict

I have a personal confession to make. My father is a prostate cancer survivor. One month after he retired at the age of 68, he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer.  After undergoing radiation seed implants and hormonal therapy, he was in remission, until a couple of years ago. That’s... 

Sleep And Grow Rich: 5 Steps to More Restful, Rejuvenating, Refreshing Sleep Sleep And Grow Rich: 5 Steps to More Restful, Rejuvenating, Refreshing Sleep

Napoleon Hill, in his classic book, Think and Grow Rich, details the mindset changes that are necessary to achieve success at life, accomplish goals, and live a life of abundance. In a similar way, your ability to obtain quality and refreshing sleep also requires changes in how you think about sleep... 

The Truth About Sleeping Pills, Herbs, and Natural Remedies The Truth About Sleeping Pills, Herbs, and Natural Remedies

You’ve been tossing and turning for the past two hours, and you need to get a good night’s sleep in preparation for that important presentation in the morning. Insomnia is a common condition that almost everyone has suffered from at one time or another, but for some people, it can be not... 

When Exercise Becomes Hazardous To Your Health When Exercise Becomes Hazardous To Your Health

As the obesity numbers keep climbing, everyone wants to eat less and to exercise more. This is great if you’re able to exercise moderation and common sense. But if you’re already sick and your frame of reference is unhealthy to begin with, it’s difficult to know when enough is enough.  Just... 

6 Natural Tips for Deep Sleep 6 Natural Tips for Deep Sleep

by Dr. Maoshing Ni Would you like to sleep like a baby without taking drugs? Americans spend upwards of 3 billion dollars a year on sleep medications, but to avoid the side effects, there are a number of natural remedies you can try first. To get a good quality night’s sleep, try these 6 tips from... 

5 Simple Ways You Can Sleep Better While Traveling 5 Simple Ways You Can Sleep Better While Traveling

There are many resources available regarding tips for travel while on vacation, but one thing that can definitely ruin your vacation is poor sleep. You may never think that you will suffer from sleeping problem until it happens, and by then, it’s too late. Besides the various stresses of travel,... 

Jet Lag, Shift Work, and Sleep Deficits: An Expert’s Guide to Managing Time Shifts Jet Lag, Shift Work, and Sleep Deficits: An Expert’s Guide to Managing Time Shifts

Whenever my wife and I plan our vacations, we choose locations that are least disruptive to our sleep schedules. For example, if we had to choose between LA and Florida, all things being equal, we’d choose Florida, since New York and Florida share the same time zones. It’s bad enough dealing... 

Unusual Gear To Combat Swimmer’s Ear Unusual Gear To Combat Swimmer’s Ear

 Ear Problem #1: Swimmer’s Ear    The second worst thing to happen while you’re on vacation next to not sleeping well is to get an ear infection. Especially when you get caught with swimmer’s ear. 
 The organisms that cause ear infections like swimmers ear and others... 

Spring Is In The Air — And So Are The Pollens Spring Is In The Air — And So Are The Pollens

Allergy season is here again, evidenced by the waves of patients coming in to see me complaining of sneezing, nasal congestion, chronic cough, and watery, itchy eyes. Most people have accepted the fact that allergies are one the rise, and that it’s a normal part of living life in the 21st century.... 

10 Solutions for Better Sleep 10 Solutions for Better Sleep

  During my residency, there was a kind of unstated competition, to see who went the longest without sleep, or who worked the most number of hours per week. It was routine practice to go over 140 hours per week on some surgical rotations, and sometimes we had to work through two straight nights,... 

Can A Sleep Problem Give You Alzheimer’s? Can A Sleep Problem Give You Alzheimer’s?

There’s been a lot of press recently about the side affects that poor sleep quality has on our cognitive functioning not to mention what it means for those who suffer from neurological problems like Alzheimers. This month, our expert article is contributed by noted neurologist and author of... 

Usual and Unusual Ways to Stop Snoring Usual and Unusual Ways to Stop Snoring

What I’ll describe in below is a comprehensive list of all the standard medical, surgical, and over-the-counter options that you’ll hear and read about. If you see one that I’ve left out, please let me know and I’ll give you my opinion. Remember, many of these devices (with a... 

Solutions for Your Bed Partner’s Worst Sleep Problem Solutions for Your Bed Partner’s Worst Sleep Problem

Anthony Burgess, the novelist, once said: "Laugh and the world laughs with you. Snore and you snore alone". Suffice it to say, there’s nothing worse than trying to sleep next to someone who snores.  Snoring is also a common reason why many married couples sleep apart. Besides the... 

What the Makers of Viagra Missed What the Makers of Viagra Missed

A recent poll revealed that the most common reason for lack of desire in intimate relations was that people are just too tired. Needless to say, drugs like Viagra and similar medications are selling like hotcakes. And for good reason: Lack of sexual desire and function is rampant in our over-stressed,... 

Stressed and Starving? Three Simple Solutions To Stop Emotional Eating Stressed and Starving? Three Simple Solutions To Stop Emotional Eating

  It’s a well known fact that if you have a sleep breathing problem the stress of not sleeping well at night can make you eat more. Equally, if you’re an emotional eater, and use food to cope with stress you’re also more likely to develop sleep breathing problems, like obstructive... 

Rosie O’Donnell and the 5 Sleep Myths That Women Have Rosie O’Donnell and the 5 Sleep Myths That Women Have

A couple of years back, when Rosie O’Donnell was still on a popular morning talk show called The View she shared something about herself that many women would feel too ashamed to admit:  Rosie declared that she had a sleep breathing problem called obstructive sleep apnea.  She even proudly... 

Women and Heart Disease: What Most Doctors Don’t Know Women and Heart Disease: What Most Doctors Don’t Know

If you’re a woman having chest pain or shortness of breath, it’ll take longer for you to be evaluated by EMS and taken to the emergency room than if you’re a man. This finding was reported this month’s Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, and summarized for the lay... 

Similarities Between CPAP And Breast-Feeding

  It’s been three weeks since my wife delivered our third son Brennan, and after doing everything we can to exclusively breast-feed him, we’ve given up. During the first few days, Kathy was doing well, getting into a routine, especially since we had hired someone help us out for for... 

What All Pregnant Women Must Know What All Pregnant Women Must Know

My wife Kathy is expecting our third son any day now, and her experiences during her current and past pregnancies bring up some important issues that all men and women, pregnant or not, should know about. Even though poor sleep, nasal congestion, post-partum depression, and weight gain are almost an... 

Get On The Fast Track To Weight Loss After Pregnancy Get On The Fast Track To Weight Loss After Pregnancy

  Once the excitement of seeing your newborn settles down, and the fog of post-partum breaks, one of the biggest concerns women have after delivering is: “How quickly can I get back to my pre-pregnancy weight”. One of the worst things you can do at this time is to expect too much, too fast.... 

When Your Cold Is Not A Cold When Your Cold Is Not A Cold

It’s cold and flu season again, and for many of you, drinking lots of liquids, getting enough sleep and eating chicken soup will be enough to bring you back to health. But for some others, you’ll have persistent or lingering problems that may make you wonder, could it be something else? Whether... 

10 Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

Many patients find that the holidays are often incompatible with their diet and exercise regiments. But before you sabotage in two short weeks what you’ve worked so hard to maintain the previous 11 months, take heed of the following advice from expert holistic nutritional counselor, Peter Lappin. ... 

Solutions For Your Biggest Holiday Health Risk

According to a study that looked at 53 million U.S. death certificates issued from 1973 to 2001, researchers found a significant overall increase (5%) in heart related deaths during the winter holiday season, with the highest number of cardiac deaths occurring on December 25, the second highest on December... 

7 Tips to Breathe Better Through Your Nose

Most people take breathing through their nose for granted. But for many chronic mouth breathers, breathing through the nose is a struggle, if not impossible. Not only is their quality of life diminished, but they’ll also have a variety of other health-related conditions such as dry mouth, snoring,... 

Why Your Lack Of Sleep Can Make You More Creative

  It’s a known fact that sleep is essential for proper cognitive functioning, retention, concentration and mental acuity. Now, according to recent research, sleep may even enhance your creativity. According to the article in The New York Times which cites the study, those who slept more showed... 

On Health And Healing

The other day, my 5 year-old son Devin accidentally bumped his leg on a table corner. After a brief pause, I could see the grimace on his face and tears starting to well up in his eyes. I went over to him, asked him where it hurt, and after rubbing my hand over the area that he pointed to, I gave him... 

The Real Reason Why Some People Are Lazy

More than a few times per month, I have patients comment that they think others perceive them as being lazy. Whether they like to "sleep in" or have trouble getting up in the mornings, or if they’re prone to taking naps in the afternoon, their sleepiness often elicits... 

Need To Carve The Turkey? Call A Surgeon

  It’s Thanksgiving time again, and once again, around our family’s dinner table as the turkey’s being served, everyone will ask: Who’s going to carve the turkey? Should the job go to Uncle Jason, since he’s good with his hands, or should it go to my father, since he’s... 

Tune Up Your Body With Craniosacral Therapy

By Gabriel Bobek, Guest Contributor Slow down!… Stop running!… LISTEN! Is your body  saying this to you? Living in a world of deadlines and  cell phones there’s a good chance it is. This  time-obsessed age pushes our nervous systems and bodies  beyond healthy limits and the stress... 

How to Destress During Stressful Times

As a first time author who has worked for a year and a half to get my book published, I feel a combination of  excitement and pure terror now that the book is out and available to the public. On the one hand, I’m excited to be able to share my revelations about health and wellness to as many... 

Solutions for Your Top 10 Fitness Problems

Everyone knows that exercise is great for your health. It can help you trim down, gain stamina, decelerate the aging process etc, etc, etc. Then why is it so hard for us to get started? The answer is: You need a plan.   As a WNBF Natural Figure Pro and certified personal trainer and fitness... 

Give Me A Break!

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but the present is a gift. That is why it is called the present.” –Oogway in Kung Fu Panda In a recently released family fun film, Kung Fu Panda, Po, the unlikely hero in the movie, saves his entire town from destruction by learning how to focus... 

Acupuncture: Sham or Science?

Amy R. Hausman, L.Ac, Dipl. OM. (NCCAOM) Guest Columnist   As a licensed acupuncturist, it’s empowering to see your profession cast in an approving light, especially when it’s reviewed by a well respected medical journal. However, since I have witnessed the effectiveness of acupuncture... 

Can Sleep Apnea Cause Alzheimer’s?

A few days ago, I ran across two studies about obstructive  sleep apnea (OSA) and brain structure in my sleep medicine  journals that had me wondering: Could there be a link  between Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and obstructive sleep  apnea?     The first study showed that people with OSA (see below)... 

An Allergist’s Nightmare: The Micro-Poop Theory

  One Western tradition that I find truly puzzling is the custom of wearing shoes inside the house. Although some of my non-Asian friends have banned shoes in their homes after they have children, I still find that a majority of Americans and Europeans continue to wear shoes inside their homes. Unlike... 

Planes, Trains and Ear Infections

To me, getting an earache is almost like losing your luggage at the airport. For one thing, both events most likely occur after a bad plane flight. For another, they both happen at the most inopportune moments– like when you’ve packed your $5,000 heirloom wedding dress, or when you’re... 

New Age Dawning: Breathe Well, Sleep Well, Age Well

Sleep May Not Be the Number One Factor In staying Young and Healthy “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” This short proverb can be traced as far back as 1496, and even earlier if you count all its variations. It seems that people have always understood the necessity... 

Surgery for Snoring and Sleep Apnea

This is an edited transcription of a previously recorded podcast  Thanks for joining me today. I’m Dr. Steven Park and I’m an otolaryngologist, or an ear, nose & throat physician and surgeon, interested in sleep-related breathing disorders. Today’s topic will be: Surgical Treatment... 

Tired of Being Tired — The Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome

Note: This is an edited transcription of a podcast recording  Today, we are going to spend the next 30 minutes talking about upper airway resistance syndrome, or UARS. It’s a relatively new description of a condition that’s related to obstructive sleep apnea but as you’ll hear... 

Sleep Apnea – A Primer

Note: This is an edited transcription of a podcast recording  So what is obstructive sleep apnea? Apnea means a total cessation of breathing and this happens only when one is sleeping.  So a person with sleep apnea can stop breathing from 10 to 50 to even over 100 times every hour with... 

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