Low Testosterone, Heart Attacks, and Sleep Apnea

Lower sex drive in men could increase the risk of a heart attack or even dying. A Swedish study found that men with low testosterone levels were found to have slightly higher risk of heart attacks. Even when given supplemental testosterone, the rate of heart attacks didn’t go down.  We already know that untreated obstructive sleep […]

How Sleep Apnea Can Lower Sperm Counts

Here’s an interesting article from 2004 showing how sperm counts in men living in Western industrialized countries are rapidly declining. In 1950, the average sperm count was 100 million sperm pr mL. in 1970, 75 million and in 1990, 50 million. Anything under 20 million is considered infertile.  We know that untreated obstructive sleep apnea can […]