OSA and Heart Disease

Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for feeling rested and alert. So what happens when you frequently have poor sleep? Not only do you feel irritable and unable to focus, it can also affect the health of your heart.

It’s true. Consistently poor sleeps can lead to extra strain on your heart by narrowing your blood vessels and stiffening th walls of your arteries. These are some factors in the risks for heart disease.

While there are many reasons why you can suffer from poor quality sleeps, one of those reasons may be Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). OSA is a condition that causes you to stop breathing multiple times throughout the night. What’s worse is that you may not even be aware of these frequent interruptions, although you may be aware of its effects. 

To address your OSA and OSA-related heart risk, you should make an appointment with a sleep specialist. They can guide you towards health-related changes that can help treat your OSA.

The specialist may recommend a CPAP machine. It helps your airways stay open while you sleep to ensure you don’t have frequent interruptions. Your CPAP machine plays a vital role in ensuring great sleeps and better heart health. The road to living better starts now!

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