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Oxygen Deprivation Symptoms
Sleep O2 deprivation: The symptoms vary from mild sleepiness to difficulty concentrating and adhd, anxiety, panic, depression, severe sleepiness, irritability, and mild cognitive deficits to complete disorientation and full delirium that can take days to clear. If it is very severe, a person could die in their sleep. ...Read more
It depends: Some symptoms may be similar such as irritability , confusion, fatigue, headaches. ...Read more
Many things..,,: Hypoxia refers to a decreased level of oxygen in the body. Many conditions can result in hypoxia including, but not limited to, lung conditions like acute asthma, copd, pulmonary embolism, etc., cardiac conditions like congestive heart failure, acute mi, valve abnormalities, etc., musculoskeletal conditions like als, diaphragmatic paralysis, etc. Hypoxia can lead to anxiety! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: In a word - yes. OSA can be devastating and destructive. The repercussions of inadequate oxygen supply to the brain as well as insufficient uninterrupted sleep to allow REM level sleep are numerous. See a specialist, get a sleep test (if you haven't) and get help now. This is a life altering and can be a life threatening condition. Good Luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Think o have sleep apnea. Fatigue, depression anxiety low oxygen suicide sleep deprivation weakness can't stand laziness light sleeper can't feel legs?
No: B12 deficiency can cause megaloblastic anemia, sensory ataxia, sub-cortical dementia and neuropathy, but not cause obstructive, central or mixed sleep apnea. (at least not directly) Pulmonary hypertension can be exacerbated by severe anemia, but generally speaking B12 deficincy does not go undiagnosed long enough to produce significant anemia to contribute to this uncommon cause of OSA ...Read more
Brain injury oxygen deprivation are there institutions which specialize in brain injuries due to oxygen deprivation after taking oxycoten?
Yes: Sorry to hear about your loved one. There is nothing specific about oxycontin-induced anoxic brain injury; however, there are rehab facilities that do specialize in brain injury. Much can be done to help some patients to regain some of their activities of daily living, however most of this is general to all brain injury. Look for good management of family expectations while maximizing function. ...Read more
Breath rate increase: O2 deprivation will typically cause people to breath faster. Abg measures levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide and blood ph. Faster breathing causes a drop in co2 which then causes the blood to have an increase in ph (towards basic, not acidic). Over time, the body would compensate for this ph change via acid retention by the kidney and although the co2 would remain low, the ph would approach normal. ...Read more
I get morning migraines heada%e7he from lack of oxygen due to sleep apnea induce asthma attack at night. Cpap triger asthma attacks with coughing spel?
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