Healthy Sleep & Sleep Apnea

With a diagram, Dr. Rolando Molina, Otolaryngologist with Baptist Health South Florida, explains the three types of sleep. He describes when normal sleep, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea happen. The specialist affirms he is concerned when sleep apnea occurs, because the person stops breathing, and when it happens, heart and brain lack oxygenation. In this moment, the person wakes up and he doesn’t have a quality sleep, he describes.

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