ARne Boettcher, specialist in otolaryngology and senior physician at the UKE Otolaryngology Clinic and Clinic in Hamburg, recommends that if you have trouble sleeping or daytime sleepiness, you should first monitor your sleep. behavior using special applications. If there are any signs of respiratory arrest, you should consult a specialist.
The doctor explains how sleep apnea relates to coronary heart disease, strokes and “soft tissue collapse.” Boettcher talks with podcast host Dr. Lucia Schmidt, physician and editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.
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Source: Frantfurter Allgemeine
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