Sleep Apnea Related To High Blood Pressure

Sleep Apnea Related To High Blood Pressure    

Patients With Excess Daytime Sleepiness Have More Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease    

According to researchers, 30% with people with high blood pressure, or hypertension, have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This is a condition in which the airflow is interrupted during sleep due to the relaxation of the throat muscles. It also goes around: OSA patients have a 50% risk of developing hypertension. The cause might be that the less blood oxygen resulting from an interruption in breathing may damage the blood vessels that supply to the heart. Also, the interruptions in breathing result in an increase in the heart rate. Also, OSA can cause an enlargement of the heart. In this case, the heart gets less oxygen and works with lesser efficiency. Other symptoms of OSA are difficulty in falling and staying asleep, drowsiness, snoring, and even excessive sleepiness. Researchers found out that patients with excess sleepiness had more risk of cardiovascular disease. More info click here.

 

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