Welcome to the February issue of Wake Up! You’re Snoring…
We all know that smoking, being overweight, and having high cholesterol puts us at risk for heart disease. But new research shows that snoring is a bigger risk factor than all of them! Read about the study, plus find out the truth about how alcohol affects our sleep throughout the night.
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The eOs Sleep Team
New Study Shows Snoring a Top Predictor of Heart Attacks and Stroke
Researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit presented findings from a study showing that snoring is a bigger risk factor for heart disease, including stroke and heart attacks, than being overweight, having high cholesterol, and even smoking.
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New Review Updates Effects of Alcohol on Sleep
Many people enjoy a cocktail or two in the evening to unwind from the day and help them fall asleep, but a new review of all known scientific studies on the impact of drinking on nocturnal sleep in healthy people is dispelling that myth with scientific data.
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