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Excessive daytime sleepiness related to sleep apnea may lead to: Being frequently tired throughout the day Having lapses in wakefulness, memory or judgment Feeling unable to enjoy, fully participate in or stay alert during regular activities (e.g., reading or watching TV). OSA, the most common type of sleep apnea, is a chronic, potentially lethal condition that causes poor sleep quality and increases the risk for other conditions, including coronary artery disease. One of the most common causes of excessive daytime sleepiness are sleep disorders, particularly obstructive sleep apnea and periodic limb movement disorder — repetitive movements that occur. Excessive daytime sleepiness is a sign of an underlying (and potentially serious) health issue, such as sleep apnea or narcolepsy. Excessive sleepiness is one of the first symptoms to develop in people with narcolepsy.
Narcolepsy can be hard to spot, unless a doctor knows how to interpret the symptoms. There are many reasons for extreme sleepiness (lack of proper sleep, sleep apnea, and more), so narcolepsy can go undiagnosed for a long time. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) excessive daytime sleepiness, also known as hypersomnia; Scientists still don’t understand why the connection exist. Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS) is defined by having an increased pressure to fall asleep during typical wake hours.
It is a common complaint of many adults and children. It is the most common symptoms of people with sleep disorders. In the case of Mr.
XXXXXXX, his wife and fellow Marines noted severe disruptive snoring and apneas during sleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness while he was in active military service. We now know that chronic snoring and excessive sleepiness are the two most common presenting symptoms of untreated obstructive sleep apnea. There is also a link between diabetes and sleep apnea, a sleep disorder marked by loud snoring and pauses in breathing while you sleep.
The culprit may be excess weight, which can cause fat. Previous studies have shown that sleep duration is a significant predictor of objective sleepiness in patients with mild or moderate sleep apnea, whereas daytime napping is reported more frequently by patients with severe sleep apnea and severe sleepiness.50These data combined suggest that subjective sleep duration is a risk factor for sleepiness in patients with mild or moderate sleep.
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