People who have a sleep breathing disorder are twice as likely to develop heart diseases, particularly cardiac arrest, after undergoing surgery, according to results of a global study.Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep and a common sign of the disorder is loud snoring. It affects nearly a billion people worldwide, with about 5 per cent of middle-aged men and 2 to 3 per cent of women suffering from the condition.However, the lack of…



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