We created this infographic to teach people about Sleep Apnea Symptoms and Treatment. If you have any questions about sleep apnea, just read this infographic. Most people that have sleep apnea never find an alternative treatment and suffer for years. Plus, it’s not fair to your spouse when you snore like a beast. Dr. Darren Flowers has been treating sleep apnea for years, and should be your number one choice when choosing a sleep apnea doctor.
Prev post1 of 3Next Sleep apnea is a very common sleep disorder in which a person’s breathing is interrupted or even stopped involuntarily while sleeping. It can last for 10 seconds or more and may occur hundreds of times a night. Sleep apnea can be caused by blocked or narrowed airways in your nose, mouth
Sleep apnea is a common condition that occurs when the upper airway collapses while they are asleep, causing interrupted sleep and daytime drowsiness. While the condition itself it not life-threatening if monitored, it can have serious implications if someone drives while drowsy. Fortunately, new research suggests that treating sleep apnea with a Continuous Positive Airway
In one 7-hour period of sleep, a person with obstructive sleep apnea can have as many as 420 apneas. This infographic from a dentist in Portland shows the risks associated with sleep apnea and suggests some treatments. Source: http://www.portlandsleepdentistry.com/643757/2013/02/11/when-rest-isnt-so-easy-understanding-sleep-apnea-basics-infographic.html
Medical science has not been very successful in treating sleep apnea. Medications are available only to treat the sleepiness associated with this condition, not sleep apnea itself. http://www.trivedieffect.com/sleep-apnea-treatment/
An alternative to the CPAP machine used to treat sleep apnea, MST is a smart sleep-monitoring device which tracks the user while they sleep and pinpoints data that could contribute to restless sleep... READ MORE at Yanko Design !
Is the stress of managing your diabetes triggering sleep apnea? Check out these symptoms in the picture, then click on the link to read an article about sleep apnea in diabetics causing carbohydrate cravings. There are so many psychological and social stressors that can cause sleep apnea, which now has been shown to lead to even more issues for diabetics.