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Key Points about Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea is usually considered as chronic or ongoing. It is a condition that often leads to disrupted sleep and could happen in a person for about three or sometimes more nights every single week. The affected person often suddenly moves out of deep sleep and goes into a very light sleep as breathing pauses or becomes very shallow. It is also observed that when the person resumes normal breathing after a sleep apnea attack, he creates a loud choking sound or snort.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Surgery: The Solution
Obstructive sleep apnea, which is literally the stoppage of breaths during sleep, happens when there is an obstruction in the airway. Although the breath pauses normally last for 10 to 30 seconds, they happen on average 30 times an hour. The effects obstructive sleep apnea has on health put people in great danger. This is why necessary treatments, including sleep apnea surgery, have been designed to correct the obstructions in the airway, which involve the jaws, tonsils, soft palate, and tongue.

Brief Overview about Sleep Apnea
If you think that you have the disorder known as sleep apnea, you must not disregard that feeling by doing something about it fast. As long as you ignore the symptoms, you are exposing yourself to more and bigger risks that may occur in the future. This can become potent because this causes you to stop breathing as you sleep. As a result, you will never get to the highest peak of the sleeping activity, which is the REM or Rapid Eye Movement. This stage lets you feel well-rested and refreshed. Just imagine what will happen if you will continuously feel like you lack sleep or that you only lay in bed but your mind did not actually rest.


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