Sleep disordered breathing and hypertension: does self-reported sleepiness modify the association?

Abstract

STUDY OBJECTIVES Epidemiologic studies that demonstrate increased risk of hypertension in persons with sleep disordered breathing indicate that only a minority of these persons report significant subjective sleepiness. Studies also suggest that presence of self-reported sleepiness may identify a subset of persons with sleep disordered breathing who are at… (More)

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