Sleep Apnea, Heavy Snoring May Be Related to Thinking and Memory Decline at an Early Age

Sleep Apnea, Heavy Snoring May Be Related to Thinking and Memory Decline at an Early Age
According to a recent study published in the journal Neurology, sleep apnea and heavy snoring may be related to thinking and memory decline at an early age. Results from this research also indicate that the decline may be delayed with the use of a breathing machine. “Abnormal breathing patterns during sleep such as heavy snoring

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