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Saturday, 19 Aug 2017

What happens if Obstructive Sleep Apnea is not treated?

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Possible increased risk for:

* High blood pressure.

* Heart disease and heart attack.

* Stroke

* Fatigue-related motor vehicle and work accidents

*Decreased quality of life