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Diet Doc Hormone Diets and Weight Loss Plans Announces Uniquely Designed Prescription Diets for Rapid Weight Loss to Diminish Sleep Apnea and Heart Disease Risk
Date:11/25/2013

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) November 25, 2013

New research, led by UCLA School of Nursing and reported by Medical News Today, reveals that the autonomic responses in the body which typically control blood pressure, heart rate, sweating and other basic functions, are not as strong in people with sleep apnea and even less strong in women. Women with sleep apnea are very often misdiagnosed because they may appear normal and healthy with very subtle symptoms.

Sleep apnea, a very serious condition in which one has long lapses in breathing, can occur hundreds of times during sleep. When it happens, blood oxygen levels drops and can eventually damage the body’s cells. Lead researcher Dr. Paul Macey claims that “we now know that sleep apnea is a precursor to bigger health issues, and for women in particular, the results could be deadly." Dr. Macey states further that, this may mean that women are more likely to develop symptoms of heart disease and that early detection and treatment is needed to protect against damage to the brain and other organs.

Because of increased fat in the neck, large tonsils and an enlarged tongue, all pressing on the airway when the throat muscles are relaxed during sleep, those that are obese are much more likely to develop sleep apnea that could very likely lead to heart disease. The professionals at Diet Doc are committed to helping everyone lose unhealthy, dangerous excess fat by combining uniquely designed diet plans with their 100% pure prescription hormone hormone, turning the body into a fat burning machine and melting away dangerous pounds and inches.

Diet Doc understands that willpower and knowledge are not the only necessary tools for safe and su
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