A new study suggests that losing weight through diet and exercise may have long-term benefits for obese people suffering from mild sleep apnea. Dr. Henri Tuomilehto, lead researcher at the Oivauni Sleep Clinic in Kuopio, Finland and his colleagues found that mild sleep apnea in obese volunteers who underwent a one-year lifestyle intervention were about half as likely to progress to more severe disease, compared to those who did not improve their health habits. Sleep apnea is characterized by short interruptions in breathing when the airway collapses or gets blocked while people sleep. This condition is most common among overweight […]Continue reading Diet and Exercise Improve Sleep Apnea
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