Obesity hypoventilation syndrome

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Obesity hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) is a condition in which a person with obesity has difficulty breathing and does not get enough oxygen during sleep. This is caused by the accumulation of excess fat around the chest and abdomen, which restricts breathing and causes the person to take shallow breaths. OHS is a serious condition that can lead to heart and lung problems, and requires prompt treatment.

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  • New York:
    • Brooklyn: W8MD's NYC Medical Weight Loss, sleep and medspa 2632 E.21st Street Ste L3, Brooklyn, New York 11235. Call (718) 946 5500
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
    • Cherry Hill: (coming soon) W8MD's New Jersey Weight Loss, Sleep Clinic 140 E Evesham Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 (215) 676 2334

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