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Sleep Apnea

Also called: Sleep Apnea Syndrome, sleep apnea

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Nocturnal panic-like choking episodes while sleeping can be extremely scary. Sometimes these events seem to last for at least one minute before...
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Hi after having a quick look at the diet, you can see why.As they say, we are what we eat, and from that just what we pass, but his gas must be the...
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Because your bodies at rest during the digestion process and it makes you sleepy
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IF the Zoloft was specifically prescribed for you by your medical provider who is aware of your sleep apnea, it should be fine.
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I also have Sleep Apnea and I am on Anti-Depressants. I have been told treating Sleep Apnea helps depression and irritability.I am not sure about low...
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That's a great question for your primary care provider.Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common disorder in which a person stops breathing for...
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Many things can cause low oxygen levels in the blood. To name a few: Lung injury (collapsed lung); lung disease (COPD, lung cancer); pulmonary...
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As you may know by now that with Diabetes you run the risk of tissue damage, whether it be the heart or further out in the limbs; fingers, toes ect...
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You need to have his levels checked. The medication his is on can be toxic and needs to be checked regularly.  Other symptoms of the toxic...
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Sleep apnea is a disorder characterized by a reduction or pause of breathing (airflow) during sleep. It is common among adults but rare among...
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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may be a risk factor for the development of other medical conditions. High blood pressure (hypertension), heart failure...
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There are three types of sleep apnea: central sleep apnea (CSA) obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) mixed sleep apnea (both central sleep apnea and...
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CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) is a device that is an effective treatment for sleep apnea patients. It delivers air into airways through...
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Mixed sleep apnea is a combination of central sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea.
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Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing temporarily stops during sleep.
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