Studies show women who snore pose greater cardiac risk

A common but dangerous sleep disorder, Obstructive Sleep Apnea causes an increased risk for left ventricular and, more rarely, right ventricular dysfunction in the heart.
0:10 | 11/29/18

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And researchers say women who store may be at a higher risk than men for heart attack or stroke symptoms are similar to obstructive sleep apnea fatigue and trouble breathing. We have war on our web site.

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