Snoring poses for greater cardiac risk in women: Study
Beeps By | Dec 01 2018

A research suggests that snoring while asleep will develop greater cardiac risk in women than men. The study presented at the annual meeting of Radiological Society of North America claims Obstructive Sleep Apnea and snoring are the reasons for the early impairment of cardiac function in women. It causes an increased risk for ventricular in heart.


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