Consequences Of Sleep Apnea On The Cardiovascular System
Sleep apnea occurs when the air passage in the body is interrupted when sleeping, resulting in loud snoring and in breathing interruptions which can last from ten seconds to one minute. This leads to poor sleeping and a sense of fatigue on the next day. Among its consequences are high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease with a high risk of heart attack, depression, and diabetes. Check the full list. More details click here.