Is Your Scalloped Tongue a Sign of Sleep Apnea?

Has your tongue developed unusual features – indentations, ridges? Those are signs of a “scalloped tongue”. And while doctors say this is not anything to worry about on its own, this may indicate an underlying health issue including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). …

Sleep Apnea-Related Heart Palpitations

Heart palpitations, an unusually fast beating or fluttering of the heart, can be disquieting but happen to everyone occasionally. The usual causes are stress, medications or exercise — but they can also be indicative of an underlying medical condition. …

Sleep Paralysis and Sleep Apnea

Although obstructive sleep apnea and sleep paralysis are different conditions, it is not uncommon to suffer from both at the same time. This is speculation that there may be a link between the two sleep disorders.

Sleep Disorder Disability Accommodations at Work

A sleep disorder such as obstructive sleep apnea can impact your daily activities including work. However, disability laws in the US mean you don’t have to conceal your diagnosis. Through consultations with your sleep specialist, your employer may be able to make accommodations at work for your sleep disorder….

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