Peripheral Neuropathy and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

I just saw a patient 5 weeks after major tongue and soft palate surgery for obstructive sleep apnea, and as expected more often than not, his sleep quality was significantly improved. He did not suffer from brain fog anymore, and was able to think clearly again, something he was not able to do for more than 30 years. […]

How Peripheral Neuropathy Can Be Caused By Sleep Apnea

Here’s a study that shows how obstructive sleep apnea can cause peripheral neuropathy. The authors studied nerve function in the arms of patients with sleep apnea and found abnormal conduction measures which improved after CPAP treatment. They also mentioned that chronic intermittent hypoxia is a major aggravator of nerve conduction abnormalities. This could explain various […]