Women Get Sleep Apnea Too: Be Alert for Symptoms

Sleep apnea affects half as many women as men, but it is far from rare—about six percent of women suffer from this condition.

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Decades ago, heart disease was thought of as a “man’s disease.” Similarly, one of the most common sleep disorders, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), has received a masculine label.

OSA affects half

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