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No Surprise: Study Shows Those with Sleep Apnea are “Less Active During the Day”

2022-07-28T11:14:14-07:00

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common kind of sleep apnea, and it occurs when the airway is blocked while asleep. It is one of the most common reasons patients come to The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona, where you do not need

No Surprise: Study Shows Those with Sleep Apnea are “Less Active During the Day”2022-07-28T11:14:14-07:00

Spring 2022 Research Highlights “Undiagnosed Sleep Disorder Breathing” as a Risk Factor for Critical COVID-19 Consequences

2022-07-28T11:17:26-07:00

A recent article in Elsevier found that those with “severe COVID-19” tend to develop acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), which requires treatment in the intensive care unit (ICU). COVID-19 is also associated with various comorbidities that are similar to those with Sleep Disorder Breathing (SDB).

Spring 2022 Research Highlights “Undiagnosed Sleep Disorder Breathing” as a Risk Factor for Critical COVID-19 Consequences2022-07-28T11:17:26-07:00

How Many Nightly Hours of CPAP are Necessary to See Benefits?

2022-06-26T14:01:10-07:00

It is important to wear your CPAP every time you sleep—that is the only way to get optimal benefits. However, even just getting “some” sleep time with proper CPAP usage has its benefits according to a recent study. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most

How Many Nightly Hours of CPAP are Necessary to See Benefits?2022-06-26T14:01:10-07:00

New Study on Sleep Apnea and Racial Disparities

2022-07-06T08:22:41-07:00

A number of studies have shown a correlation between race and instances of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is the most common type of sleep apnea and one of the most common sleep disorders—both diagnosed and un-diagnosed. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats

New Study on Sleep Apnea and Racial Disparities2022-07-06T08:22:41-07:00

OSA + Insomnia = “All-Cause Mortality” According to Researchers

2022-05-16T13:34:41-07:00

A recent article in the European Respiratory Journal found that when a person has both insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the most common kind of sleep apnea, there is an increased risk of “all-cause mortality.” In other words, multiple sleep disorders can reduce the

OSA + Insomnia = “All-Cause Mortality” According to Researchers2022-05-16T13:34:41-07:00

Unmanaged Sleep Apnea Ages You Faster

2022-06-18T11:35:53-07:00

There are many reasons to address your sleep apnea, especially since it is connected to nearly countless co-morbidities including cardiac events and diabetes. However, a recent study has also revealed how sleep apnea, when unmanaged, makes you age faster—but the good news is that treating

Unmanaged Sleep Apnea Ages You Faster2022-06-18T11:35:53-07:00

Danger of the Common OSA/COPD Co-morbidity

2022-06-18T11:13:06-07:00

The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and many people who struggle with OSA also have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Recent research has shown that patients with both conditions are likelier to experience “poor outcomes.” This is why The

Danger of the Common OSA/COPD Co-morbidity2022-06-18T11:13:06-07:00

CPAP Adherence Does Not Increase Likelihood of COVID Spread

2022-02-01T17:24:50-07:00

It is estimated that 20 percent of the adult population in the U.S. has obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)—and that 90 percent of those people are undiagnosed. That means tens of millions of people are struggling with a very common sleep disorder that can be addressed

CPAP Adherence Does Not Increase Likelihood of COVID Spread2022-02-01T17:24:50-07:00

Physiological Characteristics Inform OSA (and CPAP Usage)

2022-01-05T08:59:44-07:00

Anyone of any age can struggle with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the most common type of sleep apnea. In fact, OSA is one of the most common reasons patients seek out The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona. We are staffed by sleep specialists concentrating

Physiological Characteristics Inform OSA (and CPAP Usage)2022-01-05T08:59:44-07:00