Richard M. Tempero, M.D., Ph.D.What do you think of when you hear the words obstructive sleep apnea? Snoring, fatigue, or a restless night’s sleep may come to mind. As unpleasant as these symptoms may be, obstructive sleep apnea can potentially be life-threatening.Read full article.
Richard M. Tempero, M.D., Ph.D.Obstructive sleep apnea is a medical condition characterized by recurrent episodes of airway obstruction during sleep. Approximately 2-3% of children the U.S. have this condition.Read full article.
Do you know someone who snores? As unpleasant as that sound may be, it is the silence that follows, also known as sleep apnea, that can potentially be life-threatening. Learn whom is most at-risk for developing sleep apnea, when to seek medical attention and what treatments are available for adults and children with this common condition.