Efforts to research a cure for sleep apnea are ongoing at every level. The challenges include developmental better diagnostic strategies, improving the identification of biomarkers showing higher risk for sleep apnea, and much more research on pediatric sleep apnea to understand why it happens and how we can catch it early and reverse the processes that turn it into a chronic condition.
Clinical research scientist Rebecca Thomson talks live about treating sleep apnea in this informative webinar sponsored by Fisher & Paykel. Dial in and log in options available, and the event is free to anyone who joins!
Anyone can fall asleep at the wheel: a tired mom, a night shift worker commuting home, a truck driver on a long haul, a teenager heading out for morning football practice. It’s easy to revel over Memorial Day weekend and forget how lost sleep from late nights and busy days can lead to fatal car accidents. Please drive safely this holiday.
Have you noticed changes to your sleep that roughly match timing and onset of perimenopause (prior to menopause)? If so, our members would love to hear from you—what challenges you’ve faced, what solutions worked for you—in our forum.