Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say
Research If you have been ignoring your habit of snoring and feel sleepy all day even after a sound sleep of eight hours, you might need to be alert. Signs like snoring, fatigue and breathing with mouth may be the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, if not cured on time these problems can lead to severe health hazards. According to Dr. Kaushal Sheth, an ENT specialist, disease of sleep apnea develops because of airway collapse either partially or completely during sleep Due to airway collapse sometimes the oxygen levels in the blood tend to reduce. It not consulted with the doctor on time; the problem can even be fatal. Usually, people suffering from obesity tend to develop this disease more. Snoring is the first symptom of difficulty in breathing and various other problems keep developing with time because there is difficulty in inhaling and exhaling due to the excessive fat. No wonder, that as many as 80% of fat people suffer from the problem of sleep apnea. One might wonder, how could this problem be life threatening, but the fact is that with this problem there is more carbon oxide in body than oxygen, which in turn makes brain very inactive. Inactive brain is the cause of fatigue and tiredness all the time. People suffering from this disease may even forget to breathe while sleeping, inviting death all of sudden.
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CE Lectures on the Dental Treatment of Snoring and Sleep Apnea Include Rochester, Cleveland and Ft. Lauderdale, as Sleep Seminar Destinations
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About 45 million Americans find their sleep interrupted by snorers. The lack of sleep can have a number of negative consequences. Not only will it make your partner tired and unable to function to the best of their ability during the day, but it can contribute to bad moods, to your weight, and to the level of intimacy you have with your partner. What at first seems harmless is in fact a far-reaching problem for many Americans.
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Getting More Sleep by Eliminating Snoring
Oral appliances, such as The Respire Blue Series , hold the mandible in place, and keep the tongue from creating further obstructions. Dr. Hnat hosted a free webinar this week on the topic, to offer dental professionals a sneak peak of what to expect during his upcoming seminar. The webinar is available to the dental industry, here . To increase existing knowledge of dental sleep medicine, or to learn it for the first time, attending a dental continuing education course with Sleep Group Solutions is a great starting place. For dental professionals interested in learning live with Dr.
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