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Breathing problem: Its an upper airway problem where your airway gets partially blocked when you sleep and that affects your breathing and oxygenation to the point that you will be constantly waking up (without noticing) all night to improve your breathing. That will cause you to have an ineffective sleep and cause tiredness throughout the day. On the long run, it causes hypertension and heart problems ...Read more
Possible: Sleep apnea is treatable and in some cases can be cured. If the sleep apnea is related to obesity, then significant weight loss can lead to a cure. For those with a very mild degree, ENT surgery and be curative. The majority of patients require PAP therapy. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends on type: There are 2 main types of sleep apnea - central where your brain forgets to tell you to breath while you sleep, and obstructive, where the airway structures are more "floppy" and tend to block the airflow while you sleep as you relax those muscles. Central apnea is not hereditary. Obstructive apneas can run in families, especially if your child looks a lot like you did as an infant/toddler. ...Read more
I had sleep apena as a child i now have a 11 month old what are the chances that she to might also have it?
Maybe possible: From my experience, sleep apnea may have some familial tendencies like allergies, eczema, or asthma. But there is no way of telling whether your baby will develop sleep apnea, just because you had it. This is because there could many causes of sleep apnea. Some of them include, enlarged adenoids and tonsils, food reflux, obesity and many more. ...Read more
Is it bad if I wake up 4-5 times per night if I can then fall back asleep? If it's not apnea, what are likely disorders, or could this be ok?
Insomnia: Some possibilities include insomnia, parasomnia and restless leg syndrome. Insomnia can be related to unhealthy sleep habits and/or anxiety. If you would like professional help for rule outs, check out your local sleep center. http://www.ucsfhealth.org/clinics/sleep_disorders_center/ ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
31mnth boy cold night sweats for a month. Cool to the touch. Breezy, cool room, not too warm! No other symptoms. Ok/normal? (Apnea. T&A in 2 weeks).
Have sleep apena, I have the full face mask, and my face breaks out. Is there anything I can do for this?
I use 1.25mg of klonopin (clonazepam) for sleep -have moderate sleep apnea my dr. says it is ok any thoughts?
If pulse ox is low at night- how to tell if it's sleep apena or copd? Is there a sure fire way to tell the cause? Sleep study showed very few.
Many causes....: There are many different problems that can cause a low pulse ox during sleep. A sleep test can diagnose obstructive sleep apnea as well as central sleep apnea. If neither of those are present as the cause of the low pulse ox, a pulmonary function test can determine if the airways are obstructed or restricted. An eval by a lung doc can help make the diagnosis and treat the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol: Because alcohol is a muscle relaxant, the muscles at the back of your throat ease even more than usual, causing extra-severe symptoms. I believe that as long as you don't get drunk and arrant passing out It should be fine. Every one has different thresh hold. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Let the doc know: You always want to let your doctors know if you have sleep apnea. Sedating medications can have an effect on the degree of apnea you have. Also, anesthesia can also be dangerous as well too. I suggest calling your doctor and letting them know, especially if you're not being treated for sleep apnea. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
When you go for a sleep apnea test is it ok to use nasonex (mometasone) and Zantac that day...Or will it give a false reading?
I had a sleep apena test and the results apena 0 and hypopnea 6. Lowest oxygen 88% oxygen desaturation odi 1.9 total 14. Snores 53. What could it be?
Can't tell: It would be difficult to say without conducting a full clinical interview and then possibly having to do a full overnight polysomnogram. Please discuss this with your family doctor or sleep physician and they will make arrangements to come up with the proper diagnosis for you. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have sleep apnea but do use a CPAP machine. I was just wondering if it would be ok to take ZMA before bed?
Is it ok to take flonase indefinitely (as in for the rest of one's life)? I was prescribed flonase due to allergies exacerbating sleep apnea.
I have COPD and a recent blood test showed my hematocrit of 55. Oxsymmetry test was ok. What could be the cause? Sleep apnea? Thanks
Ask your doctor: Your hematocrit is slightly high but it is not unexpected if you have COPD which causes some impairment of oxygenation of the blood. So your body is making more red cells in order to compensate for it. Ask you doctor if the other blood cells are all normal because similar changes can occur in Polycythemia Vera(P.Vera) which is a blood disease where there is excessive production of red cells &wbc, ...Read more
I have chronic severe tonsillar hypertrophy (4+) resulting in sleep apnea. Will I be OK if I left it untreated (no tonsillectomy or CPAP)?
I have sleep apnea but is it ok to take sleeping tablets if I have a breathing machine that helps me breathe in the night?
See below: Talk to your pulmonologist...They will advise you on what drug could be a benefit. ...Read more