What helps PCOS sleep apnea?
Around 50 out of 100 women with PCOS may have sleep apnea. People with such issues often feel very tired during the day. Also, people with sleep apnea that is not treated have a higher risk of insulin resistance, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems, such as high blood pressure, heart attack, abnormal heart rhythms, or stroke. What helps in PCOS apnea? Please suggest!!
@theron Both PCOS and obstructive sleep apnea are treatable conditions. Treatment for PCOS includes medication, nutritional counseling, and weight loss. It can be improved through lifestyle changes like weight loss, exercise, and a healthy diet. Should avoid alcohol, smoking, and avoid sleeping on your back and stomach. Thanks!