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…

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Sleeping On The Front Is The Worst Position For Back Pain

Sleeping On The Front Is The Worst Position For Back Pain     However, It Might Help Alleviate Sleep Apnea     Back pain can be caused by an improper movement, a poor sleeping position, or an incorrect lifting, among others. It occurs to most people at one point of their lifetime, and it…

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Surgery For Sleep Apnea Moves The Mandible Forward

Surgery For Sleep Apnea Moves The Mandible Forward     It Clears The Airway Obstructions And Improves Quality Of Life     Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an obstruction of the airflow during sleep. One of the treatments consists of a surgery in which the mandible is moved forward to increase the airflow area….

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New Treatment For Sleep Apnea Uses A Hot Probe

New Treatment For Sleep Apnea Uses A Hot Probe     It Is Inserted Through The Nose, To Reduce The Obstructive Tissue     There is a new treatment for sleep apnea based on the insertion of a hot probe through the nose. It is heated at 60 degrees, the same as hot water,…

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Poor Sleeping Is Not The Same As Short-Term Insomnia

Poor Sleeping Is Not The Same As Short-Term Insomnia     Poor Sleeping Can Be Caused By Conditions Such As Medications, Caffeine, Sleep Apnea, Excessive Worrying     Poor sleeping is not the same as short-term insomnia. Poor sleeping can be occasional can have many causes, while insomnia in a serious sleep disorder. Insomnia…

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    Obstructive Sleep Apnea Causes Persistent Inflammation To The Body

    This Results In A Shorted Lifespan, Cognitive Ability Reduction, And Cardiovascular Diseases

     

    Sleep Apnea Is Present In 15% Of Children, Yet 90% Go Undiagnosed

    The Symptoms Are Confused With Psychological Or Emotional Issues

     

    Preventing Insomnia And Sleep Apnea With A Dust-Free Environment

    Also, There Are Not The Only Sleep Disorders

     

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea Related To Poor Memory Recall And Depression

    Study Was Performed On Individuals With Untreated OSA

     

    Sleeping On The Front Is The Worst Position For Back Pain

    However, It Might Help Alleviate Sleep Apnea

     

    Surgery For Sleep Apnea Moves The Mandible Forward

    It Clears The Airway Obstructions And Improves Quality Of Life

     

    New Treatment For Sleep Apnea Uses A Hot Probe

    It Is Inserted Through The Nose, To Reduce The Obstructive Tissue

     

    Women With Sleep Apnea Have A Higher Cardiovascular Disease Risk Than Men

    However, Sleep Apnea Is 2 To 5 Times More Common In Men Than In Women

     

    Enlarged Adenoids Can Cause Snoring And Also Breathing And Sleeping Problems

    They Can Also Sinus And Ear Infections

     

    Sleep Apnea Related To High Blood Pressure

    Patients With Excess Daytime Sleepiness Have More Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

     

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