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Sleep apnea is a disorder that causes you to stop breathing for a moment, while asleep. The consequent lack of oxygen triggers a survival reaction that briefly wakes you up so that you can start breathing again. Your sleep pattern is disturbed. This has other negative impacts aside from making it difficult to get a good night’s sleep.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA): the most common form, it occurs when throat muscles relax and block the flow of air into the lungs.
Central sleep apnea (CSA): This occurs when the brain doesn’t send proper signals to the muscles that control breathing.
Symptoms of sleep apnea
- Awakening with a dry mouth
- Morning headache
- Difficulty staying asleep, known as insomnia
- Excessive daytime sleepiness, known as hypersomnia
- Difficulty paying attention while awake
- Loud snoring
- Instances where you stop breathing while sleeping, which would be noticed by another person
- Gasping for air during sleep
What are the causes of sleep apnea?
Sleep Apnea can be caused by the below factors:
- Excessive weight
- Tonsillitis & adenoiditis cause narrowing of the airpipe
- Excessive use of alcohol, sedatives & tranquilisers relaxes the muscles of the throat worsening obstructive sleep apnea
- Smoking triples the likeliness of having obstructive sleep apnea
- Nasal congestion due to an anatomical problem or allergies can also cause sleep apnea
- Congestive heart disease, high BP and diabetes are some of the conditions that may increase the risk of obstructive sleep apnea.
Obstructive sleep apnea:This type of sleep apnea happens when the muscles in the back of the throat relax, and your airway narrows or closes as you breathe in. You can’t get enough air, which can lower the oxygen level in your blood. The brain senses that you can’t breathe, and briefly wake you so that you can reopen your airway.
Central sleep apneaYour brain fails to send instructions to your breathing muscles, resulting in this less frequent type of sleep apnea. To put it another way, you briefly stop breathing. You might awaken with shortness of breath or have a difficult time getting to sleep or staying asleep.
- Daytime fatigue, drowsiness and irritability
- Trouble concentrating & falling asleep
- Quick-tempered, moody or depressed
- Prone to high blood pressure, heart problems, heart attack
- A sudden drop in blood oxygen levels
- Type 2 diabetes
- Metabolic syndrome
If you experience loud snoring or any sleep issues that leave you fatigued, sleepy and irritable then consult & get an evaluation from the doctor.
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