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Obstructive Sleep Apnea - A Worldwide Epidemic

Sleep Apnea Awareness - 2013 Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): A Worldwide Epidemic 100,000,000 Worldwide have Sleep Apnea 42M 4.6 M Sleep Apnea Statistics.. numbers are in millions* *AV numbers are estimates and use the reforencas below 1 in 4 1 in 9 42,000,000 Americans MEN WOMEN OSA Symptoms: Loud snoring Un-refreshing sleep Large neck circumference Choking or gasping during sleep People undiagnosed with OSA Involuntary pauses in breathing during sleep Disturbed sleep of bed partner Morning headaches Impaired concentration, impaired memory or learning problems Less then 25% of OSA suffers Irritability or mood swings Feeling depressed have been Dry throat upon awakening diagnosed Frequent urination at night Family history In the UK, Studies have also shown that 60% of people over 65 years old have OSA. 60% Untreated OSA Leads to Coronary Artery Disease High Blood Pressure Type 2 Diabetes Congestive Heart Failure Depression Worsen ADHD Shortened Life Fatigue Weight Gain Acid Reflux/GERD Stroke Car Accidents What to do if you think you have OSA Suspect OSA Symptoms Visit your primary care physician to discuss symptoms Symptoms listed above Time to make a doctor's appt. Sleep study conducted Sloep study being reviewed by a sleep doctor specialist Diagnosis given: OSA present Let family know Oral Appliance, surgery, and most common CPAP Therapy Pick the treatment right for you If you are one of the millions of people using CPAP therapy to treat your sleep apnea, we invite you to try out the SoClean CPAP sanitizer. It thoroughly sanitizes all your CPAP equipment without any disassembly or mess. SoClean Information resourced from: Apnex Medical - Obstructive Sleep Apnea FAQS * Better Rest Solutions does not make any statistical cdaims but uses sources that are listed on this infographic to graph data. ** SoClean is a registered trademark of Inceptus, Inc., DBA Better Rest Solutions. All rights reserved. O 2013 Better Rest Solutions.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea - A Worldwide Epidemic

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea has now become a worldwide concern. Numbers are strong globally and most prevalent in the United States with estimates now reaching over 40 million people.


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