Obstructive sleep apnea

Obstructive apnea (OSA) may be a situation during which breathing stops involuntarily for a brief time at some point in sleep. Usually, air flows smoothly from the mouth and nose to the lungs at any time. In obstructive sleep disorder, normal airflow stops again and again throughout the night. Breathing stops because the airway within the throat is just too narrow. Snoring is common in obstructive sleep apnea. The obstructive disorder causes episodes of decreased oxygen delivery to the brain and other parts of the body. Good sleep is poor, which causes drowsiness during the sundial and a scarcity of clarity within the morning. There are several sorts of apnea, but OSAS is that the commonest. Obstructive apnea is far more common in older people and overweight people. Evidence shows that weight loss causes improve symptoms. Sleeping in your again can irritate the obstructive disorder. The prognosis for obstructive apnea begins with complete records and physical examinations. Daytime sleepiness and snoring are important clues.



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