Snoring and Sleep Apnea: Sleep Well, Feel Better



Snoring and Sleep Apnea: Sleep Well, Feel BetterSnoring Is No Joke Snoring Is The Most Common Sign Of Sleep Apnea, A Potentially Fatal Sleep Disorder That Affects Approximately Million Americans It Is Associated With Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Strokes, And Premature Death, And Is A Common Cause Of Driving Accidents, Yet It Frequently Goes Undiagnosed Snoring And Sleep Apnea Is For People Who Have Or Suspect That They Have Sleep Apnea It Is Also Written For Their Bed Partners, Families, And Friends, And For Health Care Professionals Involved In Sleep Apnea Management The Book Provides Answers To Key Questions, Written In Easy To Understand Terms, As Well As The Pros And Cons Of Specific Treatments This Extensively Revised And Updated Third Edition Includes Information On New Surgical Techniques, The Treatment Of Children With Snoring And Sleep Apnea Problems, And New Oral Appliances For Relief Of Snoring And Sleep Apnea

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  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • Snoring and Sleep Apnea: Sleep Well, Feel Better
  • Ralph A. Pascualy
  • English
  • 24 February 2018
  • 1888799293

10 thoughts on “Snoring and Sleep Apnea: Sleep Well, Feel Better

  1. Suzanne Fournier says:

    I was recently diagnosed with mild sleep apnea and have been looking forinformation about it, this was about the only book my library had on the subject This book is awful, most of the chapters repeat again and again, the same terrible statistics of how people with sleep apnea are at much higher risk for stroke, heart attack, heart failure and hypertension It is blatant fear mongering and something I ve found prevalent in the sleep industry There is only one chapter devoted to women, th I was recently diagnosed with mild sleep apnea and have been looking forinformation about it, this was about the only book my library had on the subject This book is awful, most of the chapters repeat again and again, the same terrible statistics of how people with sleep apnea are at much higher risk for stroke, heart attack, heart failure and hypertension It is blatant fear mongering and something I ve found prevalent in the sleep industry There is only one chapter devoted to women, the rest of the book assuming male sleep issues and sexism when it comes to sleep is obvious when the book states that women s sleep has only been studied since the 1990 s.The book does give some helpful information about the testing process and surgery options

  2. Katharine Holden says:

    286 pages can be summed up as CPAP is the only way There, now you can read something else As the chapters go by, one starts to wonder what the author s financial relationship list would look like I was hoping for an in depth look, not a commercial.

  3. Martha says:

    good info but overly repetitive so could be reduced by half

  4. Tiffany says:

    I think that this book really teaches you about sleep apnea It is a good book to turn to if you need to know the syntoms of sleep apnea In this book you can also tell what kind of sleep apnea you have It is a good medical book.

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