Snoring Makes Your Cancer Risk Soar, Research Finds — Best Life

One third of U.S. adults don’t get the recommended amount of uninterrupted sleep they need to protect their health. Snoring is a frequent symptom of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a common condition in which your breathing stops and starts repeatedly while sleeping. This prevents your body from getting sufficient oxygen and increases your risk of several health complications, including cancer, heart failure, blood clots, and cognitive decline. The most common types of cancer to watch out for are breast, lung, prostate, colon, and skin cancer.

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