Cure your sleep apnea without cpap

There’s nothing more scaring than the sight of a cpap tool to me trying to convince that it is an aid that helps in improving breathing. It was prescribed to my father in law who is suffering from sleep apnea. After trying hard to calm him that it actually helps in enhancing his air intake (I know I did a poor job in assuring him as the tool scared me!)

cpap in action

It seems that most doctors inevitably prescribe cpap for almost all apnea cases and the skeptical me had to search the net for alternative solutions.

After much effort and taking the time to study, we decided to opt for

this interesting solution of curing sleep apnea without cpap!

With us taking the time to understand the materials and taking the efforts to follow the exercises, we are heading for improvements of quality of life for him and it sure beats the pains of implementing cpap on him!

Sleep Apnea Facts

by Tom Medina
Unknown to many people, sleep apnea is a serious health issue that can cause death. Millions of people are affected by it, mostly males. Together with it, there are also signs of other related health issues like high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. So don’t take it likely if you have been told about your snoring and the funny noises that you make while sleeping! Let’s take a good look at sleep apnea and have a deeper understanding of this prevalent health issue.
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by abnormal pauses in breathing or instances of abnormally low breathing, during sleep. Each pause in breathing, called an apnea, can last from a few seconds to minutes, and may occur 5 to 30 times or more an hour. Similarly, each abnormally low breathing event is called a hypopnea. Sleep apnea is diagnosed with an overnight sleep test called a polysomnogram, or “sleep study”.There are three forms of sleep apnea: central (CSA), obstructive (OSA), and complex or mixed sleep apnea (i.e., a combination of central and obstructive) constituting 0.4%, 84% and 15% of cases respectively. In CSA, breathing is interrupted by a lack of respiratory effort; in OSA, breathing is interrupted by a physical block to airflow despite respiratory effort, and snoring is common.A person can be suffering from sleep apnea for years without ever realizing it, let alone knowing their difficulty in breathing during sleep. One can only be aware of it after being told by observer of his or her sleep activities. This is the same for all types of sleep apnea. As a result of this lack of knowledge, they can be conditioned to the daytime sleepiness and fatigue that are results of the sleep disruptions.Sleep apnea directly affects the patients’ life and productivity in general, and it is a problem that also affects some children. Research and tests have shown that excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) and impaired alertness are the immediate effects, they in turn lead to daytime fatigue, slower reaction time and vision problems. Different parts of the brain in the studies have results of lower levels of effectiveness and abilities such as: 1. Executive function – this affects tasks initiation and planning. 2. Attention – this affects the ability to pay attention, working effectiveness and information processing. 3. The part of brain responsible for memory and learning. These negative impacts on the daytime cognitive state further result in behavioral effects such as moodiness, aggressiveness, decrease in attentiveness and drive. These are not easy to deal with and can develop into depression. As these symptoms are also found in many other sicknesses, many apnea patients have been wrongly diagnosed or have chosen to totally ignore the presence of these problems by ignoring the symptoms completely.Learn more about sleep apnea. Stop by Tom Medina’s site where you can find out all about apnea aids and what it can do for you.

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10 Facts about Apnea you may not know

1   “Apnea” comes from a Greek word meaning “want of breath”

2.  Children can also have sleep apnea

3.  Men in general suffer from sleep apnea more often than women

4.  Sleep apnea affects up to 18 million Americans

5.  Officials estimate 10 million Americans have the condition but have not been diagnosed

6.  Sleep apnea in children has been linked to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD

7.  Studies have linked sleep apnea to high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke

8.  Up to 50 percent of people with sleep apnea also suffer from high blood pressure

9.  People with sleep apnea sometimes fall asleep unexpectedly during the day, such as while talking on the phone or driving

10 People with sleep apnea are three times more likely to be involved in motor vehicle accidents

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