Do you snore, wake up tired with a headache? Check if you have sleep apnea!
Your body regenerates during sleep. When you get up in the morning rested, you know you are alive! While you sleep, toxins are removed, nerve cells are repaired, the brain is oxygenated and tissues are renewed.
But what if you're not providing your body with enough quality sleep? You snore, are often sleep-deprived, have trouble concentrating and suffer from headaches. This could be sleep apnea, and the consequences of long-term sleep disorders can be very serious. These range from hypoxia and high blood pressure to heart disease, an increased risk of heart attack or stroke.
Do you snore, wake up during the night and feel like you've run out of air? Do you wake up in the morning tired, sleepy and often with a headache? Or perhaps someone close to you has noticed alarming symptoms while you sleep?
These can be signs of sleep apnoea. Unconscious holding of breath can be repeated up to several hundred times in one night. This disrupts normal lung ventilation, resulting in hypoxia.
Fortunately, nocturnal apnoea can now be easily diagnosed and treated without a hospital stay. All you need to do is carry out a simple apnoea test without leaving your home.
How to diagnose and how to treat apnoea?
You can now diagnose sleep apnoea without leaving your home. The Home Apnoea Test can be carried out in your own bed without a referral from your doctor. You order the Sleep Apnoea Home Test online and the device is delivered by courier directly toyour home.
Remember, if you don't know if the apnoea problem is affecting you, you can talk to your doctor about it by taking medical advice on diagnosing sleep disorders .
The gold standard in the treatment of sleep apnoea is CPAP therapy, using an appropriate therapy set (device, breathing tube, mask). It allows a significant reduction in the number of apnoeas and, after only a few days, a significant improvement in concentration and energy can be observed. Exercise tolerance improves and daytime sleepiness disappears.
The therapy set is reimbursed by the National Health Fund.
Find out more about sleep apnoea and CPAP therapy at luxmedlublin.pl .