Literature has often described obstructive sleep apnea without a full and proper understanding of the condition. The earliest reference to sleep apnea was by Charles Dickens. He mentioned a typical sleep apnea patient in one of his novels as “sleepy Joe”. This was an obese man who would be always snoring during sleep. Because of [...]Read More...
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