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Sleep apnea affects brain neurons that regulate heart rate


May. 16, 2014 Sun News

Brain neurons that regulate heart rate are negatively affected when a person has interrupted breathing during the night, a new study says.

The brains of people with the common sleep disorder obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) also have diminished activity among the neurons, the researchers from George Washington University found.

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