Study connects sleep apnea to depression

04/2/2012 | DailyRx.com

CDC researchers found that people who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea were more likely to be depressed, and the risk was higher in women. They also found that the risk of depression was three times higher in both men and women who reported snorting or stopping breathing during sleep over five times in one week. The findings appeared in the journal Sleep.

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