Sleep Apnea May Increase Cancer Risk Not only do people with sleep apnea have a higher risk of developing cancer, but they also have a higher risk of dying from the disease, the New York Times reported. Two studies in May examined this link. One found people with sleep apnea had a 65 percent higher change of developing any kind of cancer. The second found that disordered breathing contributed to a five-times higher rate of dying from the disease.
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Now isn’t that obvious? December 22, 2011 at 23:02 | Report abuse | Reply Love Sleep One word: Ambien. It’ll put you right out and let you sleep at least 5 hrs uninterrupted and often 7 to 8 hrs with no problem. If you have sleep apnea, use a CPAP with the Ambien.
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