“Majority of Depression Patients suffer from Sleep Apnea that can be treated with CPAP: Study”
“Researchers discovered that majority of depression patients suffered from sleep apnea that continuous positive airways pressure (CPAP) can treat easily. But some people have stopped using CPAP because of a number of reasons. One of the reasons included claustrophobia feeling, thus researchers have recommended a substitute mouth guard to avoid sleep apnea.” as reported in the NH Voice.
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