Month: September 2016

Tinnitus: the Noise of Silence

Tinnitus(ringing in the ear) is the perception of noise when there is no external cause.  It may sound like humming, hissing, chirping, ringing, or whooshing.  It is usually a constant noise, but may be pulsatile, matching the rhythm of your heart beat.  Tinnitus may affect one or both ears. Tinnitus may be temporary, frequently occurring …

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Snoring may cause DNA damage

According to a recent post in Men’s Health, scientists in France have found that the telomeres(the ends of chromosomes that degrade as we age)of men with severe sleep apnea were shorter than the telomeres of men without sleep apnea.  Men with moderate sleep apnea had shorter telomeres as well. Telomere shortening is associated with increased …

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