High Blood Pressure?

Obstructive sleep apnea, which occurs when breathing is briefly and repeatedly interrupted during sleep, has been shown to increase risk for high blood pressure. Research shows that high blood pressure, often referred to as the “silent killer,” can cause sleep apnea or worsen breathing in patients already affected by sleep apnea.Sleep apnea and high blood pressure have both been linked to significantly increased risk for serious complications, such as stroke and heart attack.


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