Snoring Demo Newsletter


This week we have interesting info: Did you know what to do in case of sleep walking and night terrors? Also, snoring in children can be a symptom of a serious health condition, dealing with negative effects of sleep apnea, long naps related to sugar issues and diabetes, effects of sleep apnea on the cardiovascular system, snoring can help identify health issues, avoiding foods that interrupt the sleep, and more.

Snoring In Children Can Be A Symptom Of A Serious Health Condition

Snoring in children can be a symptom of a serious health condition. Many of them have obstructive sleep apnea, which prevents the correct airflow to the lungs. This can be caused by enlarged adenoids and tonsils. It is also related to restless sleeping, sleepwalking and even wetting the bed after not wetting it for months. More details here.

Negative Effects Of Sleep Apnea And How To Deal With Them

There are times in which people sleep 8 hours, but they feel exhausted the day after and fatigued at work. The reason might be sleep apnea, which interrupts the sleep and prevents the body from entering deep sleep. The solution might be sleeping on your side or having the tonsils removed. More here.

Long Naps Can Be A Sign Of Sugar Problems And Diabetes

A nap in the afternoon can restore the body for the evening’s activities. The ideal is 20 minutes. However if the nap takes more than an hour each day, it might be a sign of diabetes. It also can increase the risk of heart attacks, cardiovascular problems or stroke. More details here.

Consequences Of Sleep Apnea On The Cardiovascular System

Sleep apnea occurs when the air passage in the body is interrupted when sleeping, resulting in a loud snoring and in breathing interruptions which can last from ten seconds to one minute. This leads to poor sleeping and a sense of fatigue on the next day. Among its consequences are high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease with a high risk of heart attack, depression and diabetes. Check the full list. More here.

Explaining Sleep Walking And Night Terrors On Children

Sleep walking can be common in kids. It is called parasomnia, which is referred to all the unusual behavior during sleep. Sleep walking is a partial state of wakefulness during deep sleep. In the case of children, it might be caused because the ability of the brain to control the sleep cycle is not fully developed. A similar case happens with night terrors. What to do in these cases? Is it safe to wake them up? More here.

Snoring Can Help You Identify Health Issues

Snoring may be harmless, apart from annoying your partner. However, sleep apnea, which is related to snoring, can result in a severe health condition. Some of the symptoms to watch for are frequent and loud snoring, waking up abruptly with a shortness of breath, gasping for air when waking up, among others. These can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes and depression. Check the full list of symptoms. More here.

Avoiding Foods That Interrupt The Sleep

There are foods that should be avoided before going to sleep because they interrupt the sleep process. For example, dark chocolate las low sugar, but a high amount of caffeine. Also a steak is a high-protein food that will digest slowly and has been linked to sleep apnea. Spicy food will cause heartburn and raise body temperature. If you want to avoid coffee, trying decaf is not a wise choice, for it has enough caffeine to affect sleep. More here.

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