Sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome (SAHS) is an interruption of the air flow to the lungs for at least 10 seconds while asleep, which prevents proper oxygenation of the blood. Also, people who suffer from it have a fragmented, interrupted and restless sleep, so during the day they feel tired, with a headache, irritable and drowsy. They can also suffer memory loss and intellectual deterioration.

Have Proper Rest For Good Night Sleep

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Driving too much and watching a lot of television are activities that wreak havoc on your health. In the long term, they are behaviors that diminish the quality of life.

10 Habits That Are Fatal For Your Health

 

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lthough the mechanisms that could explain the association between heart disease and temperature are not yet known, it is known that more deaths occur from cardiac causes in winter than in summer.

Winter Care For The Heart Patients

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Nutrition is undoubtedly an essential part when we talk about cancer treatment. Eating adequate food before, during and after treatment will help us feel better, and our body is much stronger to cope with cancer. 

10 foods that can help prevent cancer

 

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Small changes that everyone can make in their daily lives will help reduce the risk of getting cancer.

cancer- prevention- essential tips to reduce risks

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Knowing yourself can help you save your life, and that is what it is about knowing how to recognize the symptoms of cancer that your body may be giving and you do not know it.

 14 cancer symptoms women shouldnt Ignore

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The damage produced by sitting for a long time can be listed in large numbers, since sedentary lifestyle makes us prone to suffer different damages to our health, and developmental problems such as cramps, poor circulation, heart disease, digestive problems, and constipation, among others.

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One in five adults have nasal allergies or allergic rhinitis. However, as prevalent as it is, experts, say that allergic rhinitis is underdiagnosed, treated with deficiency, and often underestimated.

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