Sleep Therapy and Sleep Apnea

Sleep Therapy and Sleep Apnea

Sleep Therapy and Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a commonly seen sleep disorder.

If you have problems such as fatigue, extreme irritability, high blood pressure, depression, forgetfulness, impaired concentration, uncontrollable fatigue; the reason may be sleep apnea that you cannot notice.

In the case of sleep, the air inlet can be defined as 20% of the normal value and even below the normal value for at least 20 seconds. These breathing pauses during sleep reduce the amount of oxygen in the blood, which increases the amount of corbondioxide in the blood.

 

Your breathing can be discontinued hundreds of times during the night, and you will experience problems such as snoring, difficult breathing and even waking up from sleep.


Untreated sleep apnea can lead to life-threatening serious health problems, including heart disease in 10 to 20 years.

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