Category: Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders

Alternative Medicine And Sleep Apnea

Quackery is thriving in a new field of medicine. People’s fears and hopes are often exploited by unscrupulous individuals. “Alternative” medical professionals are already claiming miracle cures when the miracle you might need is surgery for sleep apnea. Sleep Apnea: Who Can Diagnose It? Let’s not forget this. An overnight

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Sleep Disorders

How To Find Good Sleep Specialist To Treat Sleep Apnea

It is important to find a certified sleep specialist, as sleep disorder medicine is relatively new, and very few doctors have been trained in it. According to a survey, 20 minutes was the average time spent teaching sleep medicine, and sleep apnea surgery in medical schools. Your doctor might want

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Sleep Disorders

How Sleep Apnea Affects Seniors

Sleep patterns in older people are more irregular and lighter. Sleep disturbances can be caused by movement disorders, sleep apnea, and pain. Schedule a sleep study if you suspect that you may have sleep apnea. A good sleep routine can improve your quality of sleep. Seniors can benefit from exposure

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Sleep Disorders

How Sleep Apnea Affects Women

Although women’s sleep has only been studied since the 1990s there is much more to be learned. It is clear that women’s sleeping patterns are more complex than those of men. This is due to the physiological changes that begin with puberty, continue throughout life, including pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and

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Sleep Disorders

Relationship Between Obesity And Sleep Apnea

One in three adults is obese. Obesity can increase the chances of developing an obstructive sleep disorder. Metabolic Syndrome is a deadly combination of sleep apnea and hypertension. Diabetes, obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol, and hypertension. Weight management and treatment of sleep apnea are key to success in overcoming metabolic syndrome.

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Sleep Disorders

What Causes Sleep Apnea?

During sleep, breathing stops several times. Each time you stop breathing, oxygen in your bloodstream decreases. The person awakens many times during the night to breathe. This led to poor sleep and not enough oxygen. People with sleep apnea are often unaware of it. Sleep apnea is usually noticed by

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Sleep Disorders

Normal Sleep, Snoring, and Sleep Apnea

Why do we sleep? No one knows why we sleep. People used to believe that sleep was a time for resting our brains. Polysomnography was then developed. This technology allows scientists to make electrical recordings of brain activity during sleep. Scientists were shocked to find that brains do not remain

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Sleep Disorders

Top 5 Central Sleep Apnea Treatment Options

Drugs The most commonly used treatment for central apnea are drugs that stimulate breathing reflexes. Some drugs are not very efficient; others work for a time, but people may become more sensitive to the drug over time. Others have unwanted side effects. The current drugs for central apnea treatment should

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Sleep Disorders

Top 9 Sleep Apnea Surgery Options

Surgery for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Take into account the surgical risks Surgery is the most conservative treatment for obstructive sleeping apnea. However, for most people, it is not as effective as CPAP. Before making a decision, it is wise to look at all the options. Before you decide on surgery,

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