Harvard Women's Health Watch

Why snoring could be a sign your heart is at risk

Sleep apnea interferes with restful sleep and may raise heart disease risk. Women who snore or experience daytime sleepiness should consider seeing a doctor to determine if they have sleep apnea.

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