Category Archives: obstructive sleep apnea

Neuroimaging confirms that sleep apnea takes a toll on brain function.


One in 15 adults has moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a disorder in which a person’s breathing is frequently interrupted during sleep, as many as 30 times per hour.  People with sleep apnea also often report problems with cognition such as poor concentration, difficulty with memory as well as decision-making, depression, and stress.  Now, a study from researchers

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