Weight loss reduces sleep apnea among obese diabetics

09/29/2009 | Yahoo!

Obese diabetics who lose weight see improvement in their sleep apnea, and those who lose 10% of their body weight may find their sleep apnea goes into near-total remission, according to Temple University researchers. The study also found that people who maintained their weight had a worsening of their sleep apnea, but researchers were unsure why.

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