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Conditions and Disorders
As many as 20 million people in the United States have sleep apnea, meaning the body does not breathe properly during sleep, resulting in involuntary breathing pauses.
RLS, a metabolic brain disease that causes an irritating and overwhelming sensation to move your legs, affects an estimated one in 10 Americans.