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Commonly Used Stop Snoring Devices and How They Stop You From Snoring

by Bella Edward (2019-04-22)

Obstructive Sleep Apnea  MelaLuna   is a sleep disorder wherein breathing stops and starts quite frequently while sleeping. These episodes of temporary cessation of breathing last for about 10 seconds or even longer. People with this condition may not be aware of having any problems in the night, but may feel extremely sleepy and groggy during the day. In obstructive sleep apnea, throat muscles tend to block and relax the airway.

As a matter of fact, snoring is considered to be one of the most evident indication of sleep apnea. Anyone could have this disorder, but most people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea are men, especially the ones who are kind of overweight.Obstructive sleep apnea treatment would mainly include use of a device for keeping your airway tract open or else undergoing a special procedure for removing the tissue from your mouth, nose or throat.

"Obstructive sleep apnea" comes about when your muscles and soft tissues of the soft palate, uvula, tonsils, and the tongue in the back of the throat are over-relaxed. Due to this, the passage of air is obstructed by the sagging muscles. This obstruction to the air movement, leads to loud snoring, and when there is a complete obstruction, cessation of breathing occurs.

This could further lead to lowering the level of oxygen in the blood stream, thus making the brain sense the lack of ability to breathe. That is why; sometimes the person is awakened from slumber, so that the airway can be opened up. Mostly, this incidence is so brief, it is not recollected. This corrects the breathing for that short period of time, and this might repeat even as a pattern throughout the sleep, possibly following a kind of sequence of breaths, most likely even up to 30 times in an hour, all through the night.