Obesity: Obesity and Sleep Apnea

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In adults, the most common cause of obstructive sleep apnea is excess weight and obesity. Soft tissue in the mouth and throat relax during sleep which can then collapse and cause the airway to become blocked. CPAP machines may be required for some patients to achieve better sleep quality.

Talk to your endocrinologist, family physician, registered Dietician or kinsilologist  if you'd like more information on obesity.

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