We’re commonly told that we need at least 8 hours of sleep every night for general health and wellness. However, our sleep needs go much deeper than that. Insufficient sleep can cause numerous diseases, and even early mortality. Dr. Adler and I attended a continuing education course about sleep disorders recently, and what we learned was eye opening!
We have found that many people suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and are completely unaware of it. Obstructive sleep apnea refers to a frequent collapse of the airway during sleep, which lasts for over ten seconds. ...Read More