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What You Must Know about Sleep Apnea

September 29, 2012 by  
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Sleep apnea is a form of sleeping disorder that can be observed by having pauses in breathing while the person who has this is sleeping. Each episode causes a person to miss out one or more breaths and may repeat continuously throughout their sleep. The fact that this causes you to stop breathing even for […]

What Sleep Apnea Is

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There are several known sleeping disorders that are commonly diagnosed in people. One of which is sleep apnea. This disorder happens when a sleeping person experiences several pauses in breathing or indicates shallow taking in of air. Usually, breathing pauses involved could last a few seconds to even several minutes. In most cases, such breathing […]

What Are The Sleep Apnea Tests?

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Though the medical field took note of sleep apnea as early as 1965, it is only just recently that the public became more aware of this sleep disorder. In 2004, the sudden death of football superstar Reggie White due to sleep apnea complications made headlines and has since allowed sleep apnea emerge as one of […]

The Dangers Of Sleep Apnea: A Rundown

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Many people choose to disregard sleep apnea, thinking it’s just about snoring. Unfortunately, snoring is just a symptom; it only mirrors the irregularities happening inside the body during an episode of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea, which is characterized by breath pauses usually lasting for a few seconds to minutes, is foremost a sleep disorder that […]

Sleep Apnea and People Who are at Risk

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It is estimated that in the United States alone, over 12 million of the adult population could be experiencing obstructive sleep apnea. It is also noted that about half of such people have one common condition: they are overweight. Thus, many researchers and experts could not help their selves but associate or link sleep apnea […]

Risk Factors And Causes of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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It is during sleep that people are supposedly having the most restorative and restful time in the day. This is not true, however, with people with obstructive sleep apnea. Their apneic events, which happen when there are breath pauses, wake them hundreds of times a night and therefore disturb what should be a continuous, good […]

Lifestyle Changes for Treatment of Sleep Apnea

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There are several treatment options for sleep apnea. If you fear undergoing surgical procedures and if you dislike using breathing devices and mouthpieces, there is one more option left. It is not intake of medicines since there is still no approved pill or injection for sleep apnea treatment. It would help a lot if you […]

Key Points about Sleep Apnea

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Sleep apnea is usually considered as chronic or ongoing. It is a condition that often leads to disrupted sleep and could happen in a person for about three or sometimes more nights every single week. The affected person often suddenly moves out of deep sleep and goes into a very light sleep as breathing pauses […]

Dealing with Sleep Apnea

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Whatever the type of sleep apnea is, it certainly could be serious eventually. There could be other problems or ailments caused by continuous suffering from this sleeping disorder. By getting an appropriate and effective treatment, you surely could also improve the overall quality of your life. Treatment could help improve your overall sleeping habit and […]

Coping With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes a person to stop breathing for brief periods during sleep. These breathing pauses are caused by an obstruction in the airway. Though a person may not remember it, sleep apnea results in frequent awakenings and therefore disruption of sleep. While it is true that obstructive sleep […]

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