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Many different medications can interfere with sleep and exacerbate sleep apnea, alcohol is the most common. It’s also important to treat pain because untreated pain can ruin sleep. Talk to your doctor about pain meds and sleep apnea. This is not only a medical question it’s a sleep medicine question.
Tips and Notes about Pain Meds and Sleep Apnea
- Different meds can interfere with sleep and make sleep apnea worse, including alcohol
- Treat pain because untreated pain can also ruin sleep
- Talk to your doctor about pain medication and sleep apnea
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