The Sleep Apnea Resource Guide
Researchers in the area of sleep, find that in order to have a healthy life it is important to have a good and restful sleep. While the amount of sleep required for people can vary from person to person, a minimum of 5 or 6 hours of sleep per night is needed. While not everyone will attain 5 or 6 hours of restful sleep, this is a goal everyone should try to hit. Unfortunately, many times medical issues can prevent people from getting a good night’s sleep.
There are a number of sleep disorders that can prevent people from getting a good night sleep. Some are fairly common and could be easily treated such as insomnia, changes in work shifts and jet lag. Others are more complicated and may need assistance from an expert in the field to treat. These disorders can include narcolepsy, snoring and hypersomnia. However, one of the more common sleep disorders is sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a disorder where your airway becomes blocked and you stop breathing during sleep. When this occurs you can choke or snore loudly. Unfortunately, during this time your brain and body are deprived of oxygen. Typical occurrences of sleep apnea can range from a handful of times per night to hundreds of events each night. If not corrected, sleep apnea has been connected to other medical conditions including high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.
If you or someone you know is affected by sleep apnea, education is an important way to fight this sleep disorder. Below please find some information about sleep apnea. We hope this information helps you or someone you know learn more about this common problem and how it can be treated.
Sleep Apnea Defined
- Sleep Apnea Essentials
- Types of Sleep Disorders
- What is Sleep Apnea?
- Sleep Apnea Definition
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Cause of Sleep Apnea
- Sleep Apnea Causes
- What Causes Sleep Apnea?
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea Information
- Slowed or Stopped Breathing
- Sleep Apnea in Adults
Symptoms of Sleep Apnea
- Sleep Apnea Symptoms and Treatment
- Sleep Apnea Symptoms
- Learn About Sleep Apnea
- Do You Have Sleep Apnea?
- Symptoms and Risk
Health Problems of Sleep Apnea
- Sleep Apnea and Heart Disease
- Sleep Apnea Complications
- Dangers of Sleep Apnea
- What are the Hidden Health Dangers?
- Sleep and Disease Risk
Treating Sleep Apnea
- Sleep Apnea Treatment and Drugs
- Sleep Apnea Treatment Overview
- How is Sleep Apnea Treated?
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment and Management
- Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea
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