The researchers at Chinese University warned that obstructive sleep apnoea often goes undiagnosed. Photo: Shutterstock The researchers at Chinese University warned that obstructive sleep apnoea often goes undiagnosed. Photo: Shutterstock
The researchers at Chinese University warned that obstructive sleep apnoea often goes undiagnosed. Photo: Shutterstock

Children with obstructive sleep apnoea at higher risk of hypertension, Hong Kong researchers find

  • Experts at Chinese University complete world’s first decade-long study of how a childhood sleep disorder can lead to a variety of health problems later in life
  • Young people with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnoea are 2.5 times more likely to develop high blood pressure, they find

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
The researchers at Chinese University warned that obstructive sleep apnoea often goes undiagnosed. Photo: Shutterstock The researchers at Chinese University warned that obstructive sleep apnoea often goes undiagnosed. Photo: Shutterstock
The researchers at Chinese University warned that obstructive sleep apnoea often goes undiagnosed. Photo: Shutterstock
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