How to treat sleep apnea?

In case of not receiving adequate treatment, sleep apnea can lead to more severe problems, from obesity to heart disease.

Sleep Apnea is a syndrome characterized by obstructed breathing during sleep.

It can be of two types, obstructive and central, although, usually, obstructive is the most usual.

Obstructive apnea occurs when there are complete or partial blockages of the upper air inlet while you sleep.

The diaphragm and chest muscles work twice as fast and, consequently, the air in the passages increases.
This can be serious because it not only disturbs sleep, it intervenes in the release of oxygen to the organs, causing tachycardia.
In the case of central apnea is directly connected to the functioning of the central nervous system.

In recent years the apnea syndrome has caused a stir due to its relationship with diseases of high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, obesity and even cancer.

One of the main manifestations is the presence of snoring. However, it does not mean that all people who snore have apnea.

Also, it accompanies accelerated breathing, restless sleep, and inadequate positions when sleeping to maintain continuous breathing.

In some cases, there is sweating. Pay attention to the following points.

Sleep apnea symptoms

Snoring and strange sounds when breathing
Feeling of suffocation upon awakening
Headaches
Hyperactivity
Tiredness and irritability
Dry mouth
Ei congested airways frequent respiratory infection products
Breathing pauses
Drowsiness
Read also:
Say goodbye to snoring and sleep apnea with this natural remedy

Symptoms of central apnea
Sleep apnea
Low performance in daily activities
Fatigue
Internal movement of the rib cage when breathing
Breathe through your mouth during the day
Learning disorders
But what are the causes? Usually, an average person does not have problems in the respiratory tract.

The victims of apnea experience the opposite: their tissues are closed and, also, they block the breathing process.

Risk factor's
Having the lower jaw shorter than the upper one
Long neck
Problems to keep the tongue inside the mouth
Obesity
Lesions in the central nervous system
Cardiac and pulmonary irregularities
Bad metabolism
Anemia
Gastroesophageal reflux
Prevention
apnea3
Maintain control of the weight
Avoid alcoholic beverages and cigarettes
Treatment for respiratory allergies
Control stress, as it can cause hormonal problems
Prevent slow metabolism

We recommend:
Five breathing exercises that help you control anxiety and stress

Natural rehabilitation
What is the oropharynx? It is located at the base of the tongue, includes part of the soft palate, side walls, tonsils and upper part of the throat.

Currently, therapy for oropharyngeal muscles and electrostimulation is a method used to reduce the symptoms of apnea.

They are easy exercises, safe and with beneficial effects since it reduces the amount of snoring and interruptions of sleep.

Fortunately, despite the above, it is possible to treat apnea naturally.

Put the palate to work
This exercise improves breathing when sleeping:

Pronounce each of the vowels by expelling the air through the mouth.
You have to mark the vowels orally for 3 minutes every day.
Open members
Sleep apnea
In this practice, repeat the open vowels (A, O) while inhaling air through the nose and exhaling through the mouth.
Pronounce words that have a long sound when two vowels join. For example odyssey, theater, track, lion.
Inflate a balloon
Inflating a balloon helps exercise the lungs and muscles of the diaphragm. Also, it also strengthens the lips and above all improves the pronunciation of words.

To do it, blow between 5 and six times deeply, and do not let go of the balloon.
Exercise the face
Sleep apnea
Another effective method for treating sleep is to practice facial exercises.

Start by opening your mouth as big as you can (draw a smile).
Then, make pressure on the lips for 10 seconds.
This will help strengthen the muscles.
Press the palate
One of the techniques to combat insomnia is to place the tip of the tongue on the palate.

Put your tongue just behind the upper teeth.
Breathe through the mouth and exhale slowly.
Close your mouth and count 5 seconds holding your breath.
Finally, it expels the air.
recommendations

To start, turn off all electronic devices at early hours to avoid distractions.
He also uses comfortable clothes to sleep.
Keep your space ventilated.
Dinner in moderate amounts.

Is it possible to treat sleep apnea naturally?

Although we can take into account some factors to prevent apnea, such as losing weight and avoiding tobacco and alcohol, it is important to seek professional help to avoid significant problems.

Is it possible to treat sleep apnea naturally?

Apnea is a syndrome characterized by obstructed breathing during sleep.

It can be of two types, obstructive and central, although, usually, obstructive is the most usual.

Obstructive apnea occurs when there are complete or partial blockages of the upper air inlet while you sleep.

The diaphragm and chest muscles work twice as fast and, consequently, the air in the passages increases.
This can be serious because it not only disturbs sleep, it intervenes in the release of oxygen to the organs, causing tachycardia.
In the case of central apnea is directly connected to the functioning of the central nervous system.

In recent years the apnea syndrome has caused a stir due to its relationship with diseases of high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, obesity and even cancer.

One of the main manifestations is the presence of snoring. However, it does not mean that all people who snore have apnea.

Also, it accompanies accelerated breathing, restless sleep, and inadequate positions when sleeping to maintain continuous breathing.

In some cases, there is sweating. Pay attention to the following points.

Obstructive apnea symptoms

Snoring and strange sounds when breathing
Feeling of suffocation upon awakening
Headaches
Hyperactivity
Tiredness and irritability
Dry mouth
Ei congested airways frequent respiratory infection products
Breathing pauses
Drowsiness
Read also:
Say goodbye to snoring and sleep apnea with this natural remedy

Symptoms of central apnea
Sleep apnea
Low performance in daily activities
Fatigue
Internal movement of the rib cage when breathing
Breathe through your mouth during the day
Learning disorders
But what are the causes? Usually, an average person does not have problems in the respiratory tract.

The victims of apnea experience the opposite: their tissues are closed and, also, they block the breathing process.

Risk factor's
Having the lower jaw shorter than the upper one
Long neck
Problems to keep the tongue inside the mouth
Obesity
Lesions in the central nervous system
Cardiac and pulmonary irregularities
Bad metabolism
Anemia
Gastroesophageal reflux
Prevention
apnea3
Maintain control of the weight
Avoid alcoholic beverages and cigarettes
Treatment for respiratory allergies
Control stress, as it can cause hormonal problems
Prevent slow metabolism

We recommend:
Five breathing exercises that help you control anxiety and stress

Natural rehabilitation
What is the oropharynx? It is located at the base of the tongue, includes part of the soft palate, side walls, tonsils and upper part of the throat.

Currently, therapy for oropharyngeal muscles and electrostimulation is a method used to reduce the symptoms of apnea.

They are easy exercises, safe and with beneficial effects since it reduces the amount of snoring and interruptions of sleep.

Fortunately, despite the above, it is possible to treat apnea naturally.

Put the palate to work
This exercise improves breathing when sleeping:

Pronounce each of the vowels by expelling the air through the mouth. You have to mark the vowels orally for 3 minutes every day.

Open members
Sleep apnea

In this practice, repeat the open vowels (A, O) while inhaling air through the nose and exhaling through the mouth.
Pronounce words that have a long sound when two vowels join. For example odyssey, theater, track, lion.

Inflate a balloon

Inflating a balloon helps exercise the lungs and muscles of the diaphragm. Also, it also strengthens the lips and above all improves the pronunciation of words.

To do it, blow between 5 and six times deeply, and do not let go of the balloon.
Exercise the face
Sleep apnea
Another effective method for treating sleep is to practice facial exercises.

Start by opening your mouth as big as you can (draw a smile).
Then, make pressure on the lips for 10 seconds.
This will help strengthen the muscles.
Press the palate
One of the techniques to combat insomnia is to place the tip of the tongue on the palate.

Put your tongue just behind the upper teeth.
Breathe through the mouth and exhale slowly.
Close your mouth and count 5 seconds holding your breath.
Finally, it expels the air.
recommendations
To start, turn off all electronic devices at early hours to avoid distractions.
He also uses comfortable clothes to sleep.
Keep your space ventilated.
Dinner in moderate amounts.