Exercise may reduce sleep apnea and improve brain health

Exercise is truly the gift that keeps on giving, according to this latest study from the American Heart Association

Exercise may help reduce symptoms of a common sleep disorder and improve brain function, a small study finds.

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Exercise training could be a useful supplemental treatment for people with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea, the research showed. The condition is characterized by loud snoring and disrupted breathing and can raise the risk for heart disease, stroke and cognitive decline. It is typically treated with continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP, a machine that pushes air through a mask into the airway to keep it open while a person sleeps.


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3 responses to “Exercise may reduce sleep apnea and improve brain health

  1. I’m so happy to have come across your blog. I may find some helpful information here. Since my seizures began I’ve been researching ways to “exercise” my brain to help w/ memory, but never thought about exercising my body as a whole. Thanks for sharing, I look forward to reading more.

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