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Sleep Apnea Awareness Drive Held

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Sleep Apnea Awareness Drive Held

‘Sleep Sound, Nurture Life’ – was the slogan for this year’s observation of World Sleep Day held on March 17 by World Sleep Day Committee. In today’s fast paced world, people often do not get adequate sleep. Those who get to sleep might be suffering from snoring or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) - a sleep related breathing disorder. Sleep can impact one’s life miserably. People suffering from sleep apnea have irregular breathing. It puts a person at the risk of heart failure, stroke and even road accidents. Recent data suggests that by 2020, out of a total of 23 lakh fatalities due to road accidents, an estimate of 2.3 lakh to 3.5 lakh will result from sleepiness or fatigue. Lalit Pai, CEO & Co-founder, Nightingales Home Health Services said.

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