Hi You’re showing sleep apnea symptoms? Many people who have broken sleep and snore are correct in paying attention to these symptoms – sleep apnea is an important issue and one that needs to be investigated. But are these symptoms only symptoms of sleep apnea? Perhaps not … find out more about sleep apnea symptoms […]
We seem to be living in a world that increasingly has to diagnose everything as an illness that needs expensive professional help, special equipment and possibly medication. It is good to have a reality check on your sleep apnea symptoms. Yes, you might find this article politically incorrect, but read on! Difficulty breathing and waking […]
Hi everyone I’ve just put up a page that will help you recognize some of the sleep apnea symptoms. It’s very important that if you have any doubts about it, that you see your medical practitioner who can refer you to a sleep clinic to do the proper testing. You’ll notice that there is information […]
Sleep apnea is a serious condition, which needs prompt and accurate diagnosis. The percentages of people claimed to have sleep apnea vary significantly from one report to another, and as you will see below, other factors are in play in some cases where people have intolerances to certain food chemicals, etc. If you suspect that […]
There are a raft of food additives and colorings that have been linked with snoring and sleep apnea. Study this list as part of your natural sleep strategy.
ASSOCIATED HEALTH CONDITIONS Various illnesses keep people awake, or disturb sleep. Insomnia can become chronic. These health difficulties include pain (from a range of illnesses), breathlessness, indigestion, coughing, allergies, itching, hot flushes, menopause, dementia, mental health problems, hyperthyroidism, Parkinson?s disease, arthritis, asthma, kidney disease, chronic stress, nocturnal bathroom visits. The list goes on. Muscle tension, […]
SNORING To be kept up to date on Snoring, please Contact Us, stating “Snoring” as your area of interest. The most common sleep disorder is snoring. Infants Snoring effects 18-20% of infants, which is a higher percentage than other childhood snoring – they seem to grow out of it gradually, and then only return to […]
The following relationships have been established linking coronary heart disease and sleep: Sleep apnea is associated with heart disease. Studies have shown that between 50 and 80 percent of stroke and heart failure patients have some form of sleep disordered breathing. Sleep apnea has been associated with depression. Cortisol, the stress hormone, is associated with […]