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Snoring Newsletter – New This Week – W02-03 – 2017

snoringJust No Snoring Newsletter – Weeks 02-03 – 2017

This week we have interesting info: Did you know that there is a new app can detect sleep apnea and the severity of it while awake? Also, a smart bed detects snoring and stops it by moving the snorer’s head, sleeping on the left side will prevent heartburn and snoring, a new treatment that uses low-powered laser to end snoring, device allows more airflow through the nose, tonsil removal oriented now to the prevention of sleep apnea, common myths about sleeping, proper diet and hydration to avoid snoring, a power nap helps with your memory and alertness, vibration in snoring related to throat inflammation, and more.

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Could I have Sleep Apnea?

Question by <3<3XOXO<3<3: Could I have Sleep Apnea?
I am a 14 year old female, and I have sleep problems.
Not in falling asleep, it’s not Insomnia.
I’ve woken up in the night coughing, and I’ve heard that can be symptom.
I’m always fatigued in the day.
I have been told I am very loud at night, snoring, breathing and talking.
Can Sleep Apnea develop, or is it something you are born with? Is there treatment?
Any info is much appreciated.

Best answer:

Answer by Been There
Sleep apnea can start at any point in a person’s life.
You might have sleep apnea. You might not. Start with your family physician to look into the fatigue. If no medical problem can be found, get your parents to push for referral for a sleep test. I have permanent heart damage from years of untreated sleep apnea .. it has left me partially disabled, but at least it didn’t kill me (my sleep test showed 32 episodes an hour).

If you have sleep apnea, you sleep with a mask, connected to a hose, connected to a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine that blows a breeze into the mask to keep your airway open, to keep it from closing up.

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