Obesity carries with it a high risk of sleep apnea, a condition which occurs when the upper threat relaxes and collapses at intervals during sleep. It is a potentially fatal condition that blocks the passage of air. Obesity also causes people to nap and stay asleep longer during the day and have trouble sleeping during the night.
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 A recent study showed that at least a third of Americans do not get enough sleep. What's enough sleep? While everyone is a little different, eight to nine hours nightly seems to be the most widely accepted amount. The obvious concern is that a…
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