North East Needs To Wake Up To Problem Of Sleep Disorders

The condition has been linked to heart disease, depression and strokes. But it’s believed that a lack of treatment centres, coupled with the fact that few people know the symptoms, means that almost 80% of cases in our region may be missed. WHAT IS SLEEP APNOEA? Sleep Apnoea is a condition that causes interrupted breathing during sleep Credit: British Lung Foundation Sleep Apnoea is a condition that causes interrupted breathing during sleep. It occurs when the muscles and soft tissues in the throat relax to the extent that they block the airway during sleep for 10 seconds or more.
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Sleep Disorders and Clinical Trials

She, however, cannot stay asleep throughout the night or go back to sleep once she wakes. It is not particularly, helpful or relevent for you to suggest that a greater assertion of parental authority is the answer to ADHD when you actually have no experience parenting a child with ADHD. Imaging if your son were sleep deprived all the time and you could not solve that problem no matter what you did. That is the problem that your comment does not address. January 27, 2011 at 16:49 | Report abuse | Dea My son never slept through the night as a baby, and has always snored. I wish I had known about this a lot sooner.
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Get Some Sleep: ADHD, sleep disorders often entwined

Learn more about the health consequences of sleep loss. If you’re concerned about having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, assess your risk for a sleep disorder. Thank you for signing up for the WebMD Sleep Disorders Newsletter! You’ll find tips and tricks as well as the latest news and research on Sleep Disorders. View Sources SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Effect of short sleep duration on daily activities–United States, 2005-2008.
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