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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in Women

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in Women
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    57% of women are affected by a sleep disturbance in their lifetime. How often are their complaints insomnia versus obstructive sleep apnea? Once thought to affect obese men primarily, extensive research in the area of OSA in women by Dr. Joyce Walsleben has revealed treatment modalities you can employ to help your patients.

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    57% of women are affected by a sleep disturbance in their lifetime. How often are their complaints insomnia versus obstructive sleep apnea? Once thought to affect obese men primarily, extensive research in the area of OSA in women by Dr. Joyce Walsleben has revealed treatment modalities you can employ to help your patients.

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