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Mayo Clinic study is first to scientifically document that bed partners lose an hour of sleep per night due to snoring spouse
...that you have a distinctive snoring pattern -- you snore
soloudly that you can be heard in the next room, but then you suddenly stopbreathing to the point that it frightens them, and then you suddenly resumebreathing with a snort or choking sound -- you may have sleep apnea," says Dr.Shepard. "Most often, ...
Sleepyheads, snorers face risk of stroke
... to fall asleep during the day and the tendency to snore
influence the likelihood of having a stroke, says Qureshi. Individuals who snore
severely or have trouble staying awake during the day should see a doctor to find out why. These ma...
Link found between kids sleep, behavior problems
...hyperactivity issues ANN ARBOR, MI Children who snore
often are nearly twice as likely as other children... Sixteen percent of the children were reported to snore
frequently, and 13 percent scored high on the hyperactivity index. But 22 percent of habitual snorer...
Study links preschool snoring, asthma, and nighttime cough
...st 12, 2003) Preschool-age children who regularly snore
have a higher prevalence of asthma and nighttime cough than children who do not snore, says a study published in the August issue of CHEST , the peer-reviewed journal of the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP). The study found that preschoo...
Does the sleeping brain 'wake up' if only just a little with every snore?
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Patients who snore
or have other symptoms of sleep apnea often underg...n these episodes. "Our idea was that maybe every snore
or every difficult breath is actually arousing the brain to some small extent," Chervin explains. "T...
Mayo Clinic finds restless legs syndrome in children linked to family history, iron deficiency
..." he says. "It's like the fact that somebody might snore
one or two days a month, but if it happens every night, it may be something that needs medical attention." The study examined the records of 538 children who had been seen in the pediatric sleep disorders program at Mayo Clinic between Jan. 2000 and...
News briefs from the journal Chest, January 2005
...n a study of 21 patients with OSAHS, 12 people who snore
and 15 control subjects, researchers from Madrid, Spain, found that patients with OSAHS more frequently had irregular heartbeats (cardiac arrhythmias) and ST-segment dynamic changes than other subjects. The differences between results for OSAHS pati...