The Quick and Easy Sleep Apnea Book

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 26, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 94 pages
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If you have sleep apnea, think you might have it, or know someone who does, this award-winning book is for you! Sleep apnea is a relatively new subject in health care. It is very common and is associated with many other medical conditions, particularly high blood pressure, heart disease, and strokes. However, awareness about sleep apnea is lacking, and misconceptions are common. It is very easy to pass off the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea. Most people with this condition don’t even know they have it. This is very unfortunate because effective, even life-transforming, treatment is available. The consequences of untreated sleep apnea are wide-ranging and can be devastating. This book is a concise, illustrated, practical, and readable guide to this common and potentially serious condition. The reader will learn about when to suspect sleep apnea, what other conditions are linked to it, why it is important to detect it, how to get tested for it, and what to expect if treatment is required. The book is written by a doctor who is involved in the care of patients with sleep apnea and many of the health problems that go with it.
 

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Gautam Soparkar, MBBS, DTCD, MD, MRCP(UK), FRCPCDr. Soparkar is an internist and pulmonologist with a special interest in sleep apnea and other medical conditions associated with it. He has held clinical, research and teaching positions and has served as a program director for internal medicine residents. He has been an examiner for the Medical Council of Canada and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. He is a preceptor for the Southwestern Ontario Medical Education Network, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry and an adjunct professor at the University of Western Ontario.

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