Please help-info re sleep disorders following neck injuries?
Posted ? re- my neck injury/ sleep disorders no comments so far. If anyone has any info or links where I might find information relating this subject, please respond. Feeling all alone out here. Am 100% disabled from the sleep disorders, always managed to keep teaching through the pain. Very limited in funds so Dr.s asked me to bring in supportive research to keep down costs, before I make more appointments. Original question posted under correlation between neck injuries and sleep disorders.Posted on May 2, 2012 Please help!!!!
Whiplash injuries and neck injuries are known to cause sleep apnea. You could join the sleep apnea support forum for more information on this. Access at this URL:
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