A fish sleeps with her eyes wide open. She is blessed with this ability because she does not have a pair of eyelids unlike humans. Except a few sharks, fishes are not provided with eyelids. So, technically speaking there is no point of discussing whether their eyes are open or not. Is it not better to discuss humans who have the liberty to open and shut their eyes?
Humans are truly blessed to have the most amazing kind of brain and body evolution over the ages. At the same time we people are quite unfortunate to stay ignorant towards the issues related to our own health. Let this post reveal the most shocking things that you should actually know about Sleep Apnea.
This goes without saying that it is indispensable for normal functioning of body and your brain to have a good night’s sleep for minimum 7-8 hours. If you are unable to do so you might be suffering through one or other sleep disorder. Common reasons can be depression, insomnia and it can be a light story of heavy dinner you took before going to bed.
Come back to sleep apnea which is undoubtedly a very serious matter. It is a serious disorder related to abnormal breathing while a person is fallen asleep. Hope we need not elaborate on its serious implications as the person who is suffering this disorder might have a little or absolutely no control over the situation as he sleeps.
The disorder is generally accompanied with other problems like loud snoring and feeling of fatigue during the day. It can lead to serious implications like chronic sleep deprivation. This, in turn results in irritation, mood shifts and other health issues such as weight gains, diabetes, heart disease and liver problems.
For taking up the treatment and precautions both one should be aware of the symptoms of the problem. Some common symptoms of Sleep Apnea include:
If you notice these symptoms in yourself or your partner you should rush to your doctor for taking his advice.
No matter how strangely difficult the situation may appear to you but the good news is a little changes in your lifestyle can improve your condition effectively. Here goes the list of some very simple steps you need to take for looking forward to a relaxing sleeping session every night.
Find rest in exercising Exercise in any form will help.You can do aerobics, try different dance forms like rumba and salsa or take up your favorite hobby like swimming and trekking to stay fit. One important thing that you should always remember is that you need to be regular at it. Fighting Sleep Apnea gets easy when you have proper and regular workouts. Yoga and exercises keep your weight in control and also prove to be highly effective for alleviating Sleep apnea’s symptoms.
Sleep Apnea is common among overweight and obese people. The most important reason behind this is presence of the extra tissue that surrounds throat of a person. This blocks the airway and makes breathing difficult.
Eat balanced and healthy Include more of veggies and fruits in your diet so that you have more fibers. Munch on healthy snacks like nuts and oats. A healthy and balanced diet will help you keep your weight in control and considerably reduce the symptoms of sleep apnea.
Quit on bad habits Give up on smoking, alcohol consumption as they both affect the normal flow of oxygen through the airways. Leaving these bad habits will largely benefit you.
It is equally imperative to give up any of substances like sedatives and sleeping pills. It is highly advisable to stop taking them altogether or at least skip them before going to bed.
With some severe changes in your lifestyle you cannot only control sleep apnea and lead an overall healthy life.
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