U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Published on 02 September 2021

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In this series of theSITREP, Mike speaks with a subject-matter expert on what sleep apnea is, how sleep apnea is treated, signs and symptoms of sleep apnea, do burn pits or Agent Orange cause sleep apnea and much, much more. For additional videos, in this eight-part series, refer to the links below.

Email us at theSITREP@va.gov with questions and topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes. Sign up for our weekly newsletter at https://www.newengland.va.gov/info

Visit https://www.newengland.va.gov/sitrep for additional theSITREP content.

Part 1, "What is Sleep Apnea?," visit

Part 2, "What are the Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Apnea?," visit

Part 3, "Is Sleep Apnea Dangerous?," visit

Part 4, "Does Sleep Apnea make PTSD Worse?," visit

Part 5, "Do Military Exposures cause Sleep Apnea?," visit

Part 6, "VA Disability & Sleep Apnea?," visit

Part 7, "How is Sleep Apnea Treated?," visit

Part 8, "Can Sleep Apnea be Cured?," visit

For assistance with enrolling in VA health care, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO9sn...

The Department of Veterans Affairs has three, separate administrations aimed to serve our country’s Veterans with an assortment of benefits that address the unique needs of every Veteran. To be sure you are interacting with the proper administration within VA, here are short descriptions for each VA administration:

VHA: VA’s Veterans Health Administration is the largest integrated health care network in the United States, with 1,255 health care facilities serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.

VBA: Veterans can earn a range of benefits that help them transition back to civilian life in the country they fought to defend. Through the Veterans Benefits Administration, VA helps servicemembers transition out of military service, and assists with education, home loans, life insurance and much more.

NCA: The job of the National Cemetery Administration is to make sure those who served this nation are never forgotten. NCA provides dignified burial services for Veterans and eligible family members by maintaining 142 cemeteries as national shrines and providing lasting tributes that commemorate their service and sacrifice to our nation.

* The Department of Veterans Affairs does not endorse or officially sanction any entities that may be discussed in this podcast, nor any media, products or services they may provide.

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