Brain damage may explain problems related to sleep apnea such as memory loss and mood changes.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
AASM | 03/26/2009
Studies show that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects much more than just your sleep. It can even damage your brain.
A recent brain imaging study from France involved 16 adults. Each of them had just been diagnosed with sleep apnea.
In numerous brain regions the study found a loss of “gray matter”.… Continue