Sleep Apnea and Cancer

While many diseases have been linked to sleep apnea, there is now evidence that severe sleep apnea may now also be associated with cancer risk.  Researchers seem to be relating this increased risk to lower oxygen.  This means that CPAP’s may offset the risk.  Signs and symptoms of sleep apnea include snoring, fatigue, poor memory, difficult focus, high blood pressure, and even diabetes.  If you experience any of these, please set up an appointment to see if you’re a candidate for a sleep study.

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