sleep apnea

A nightcap before bed may help you fall asleep more quickly, but it can also disrupt your sleep later in the night and worsen snoring, new research finds.
Do you typically nod off during the day? For older adults, that could be a sign of increased risk of stroke, a new study shows.
How many hours of sleep do you normally get each night? If it's less than six, you could be significantly boosting your stroke risk.
Snore. Snort. Gasp. Repeat.
They're called "wake-up strokes" because you go to bed feeling normal, then wake up with stroke symptoms.
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