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Compared with women who had mild or no hot flashes, those who reported severe hot flashes were nearly twice as likely to have obstructive sleep apnea, the researchers found. In sleep apnea, pauses in breathing or shallow breathing prevent a person from getting a good night’s sleep. Compared with women who had mild or no hot flashes, those who reported severe hot flashes were nearly twice as likely to have obstructive sleep apnea, the researchers found.

In sleep apnea, pauses. One specific case that pertains to this idea includes a recent finding that concluded that hot flashes have been linked to causing obstructive sleep apnea in women. It has been known that women going through menopause and experiencing hot flashes have often reported sleep disturbances, however, researchers have found it hard. Hot flashes, commonly associated with menopause in women, may also be a sign of a sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea and could increase the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as. Up to 80% of midlife women experience hot flashes or night sweats.

Although there is a known association between hot flashes and sleep disturbances in midlife women, it has proven difficult to distinguish those sleep disturbances directly related to menopause from those because of OSA and other sleep disorders. Hot flashes and night sweats. Many menopausal women get them. These women also face an increased risk of obstructive sleep apnea.

Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Stephanie. Hot Flashes May Increase Risk for Sleep Apnea and other Heart Issues It seems that the war on sleep disorders such as sleep apnea is much larger than anyone ever anticipated.

New studies are constantly showing us that this extremely dangerous disorder can impact our lives and bodies in ways we. Both progesterone and estrogen help promote and regulate sleep. When the body experiences decreased levels of these hormones, sleep is affected.

Other symptoms such as night sweats and hot flashes also contribute to a lower quality of sleep. Menopause and Sleep Apnea. New research indicates a link between night sweats, hot flashes and obstructive sleep apnea in menopausal women. Obstructive sleep apnea and other sleep disorders become more common in women as they age, and move through menopause. A recent study shows women with severe hot flashes during the day.

As women enter menopause, a decrease in the production of certain hormones causes many physical and emotional changes. Along with hot flashes and mood fluctuations, breathing issues, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), can be more severe. Learn about the connection between menopause, sleep and.

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Atypical hot flushes can be due to non–estrogen-related causes, including new-onset diabetes with autonomic dysfunction, carcinoid, and pheochromocytoma.49 Poor sleep can result from non–estrogen-related causes such as sleep apnea.

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by J. Larry Jameson, Leslie J. De Groot
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

However, hot flashes did not concentrate around the actual stressor, suggesting that stress may potentiate (rather than cause) hot flashes by decreasing the threshold for the triggering of hot flashes at the hypothalamic level.

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This sleep apnea study, however, showed this assumption is not correct: 40 percent of the waking episodes in the study were not associated with hot flashes.

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They concluded that the central thermoregulatory mechanism underlying hot flashes may affect hypnogenic pathways, inducing sleep and heat loss in the absence of a thermal load in these patients.

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by Sudhansu Chokroverty
Springer New York, 2017

a pathophysiologic interaction between heart failure and sleep apnea in that sleep apnea can influence cardiac function and heart function can influence sleep apnea type.

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Whatever the exact mechanism and physiology of hot flashes, it is clear that many women have sleep disturbance in connection with them.

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Night sweats and hot flushes are considered to be vasomotor symptoms, related to the effect of falling levels of estrogen on the heat-regulating center of the brain.

“Encyclopedia of Women's Health” by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
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by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
Springer US, 2004

A patient’s apneic episodes may worsen with the use of sedative/hypnotic agents, and daytime symptoms may become more severe.55,62 In addition, the menopausal symptom of “hot flashes” during nighttime hours has been reported as a cause of insomnia following the discontinuation of hormone-replacement therapy.

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• There is considerable variation in the frequency of hot flashes.

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Hot flashes are caused by vasomotor instability.

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  • My dad is suffering from sleep apnea, he’s age is 54 and he is an diabetic patient, recently he has gone throw an heart attack 4 months before and after Wich he got plural effusion we did engography and doctor said engoplast was not needed after Wich he is not able to walk ar stand without a support and days before he suffers from kidney problem, all of his body was swelling and creat and urea level was raised in his body we admitted him in an hospital and they brought the creat normal and lost too much excess flued from body however there legs are still sweel. The doctors try to find why he is drowsy all day, then they did sleep test from Wich they suggested that he has a sleep apnea but they also did a Brain MRI in Wich they finded that he also got paralysis attack Wich can be also a reason of sleep apenia, In hospital they used a CPAP machine for him to sleep but after we bought him home we don’t have enough money to buy a machine Wich cost around 50000 rupees. What is the treatment for him please �� suggest and what to do when he goes in sleep apenia. When he goes in sleep apenia he stuck he’s teath together and eyes above and after that he gets normal.

  • So…I’ve noticed something very ominous happening lately. I have friends from a variety of backgrounds, variety of age-ranges….and different levels of health and fitness. And almost all of them have been going in for “sleep studies” and stuff. Just within the past 3 years or so. Not because they think anything is wrong with them, but because their doctors suggest it. The term “sleep apnea” has been popping up so much lately, I am honestly wondering if there’s some kind of conspiracy. Don’t you think this is being OVER-DIAGNOSED? Modern humans have been around for over 200,000 years. Don’t you think we’d have sleep down by now? Sure, our diets and lifestyles have changed, but just because you snore at night, or breathe erratically from time-to-time….doesn’t mean you need to be treated for something. Why are doctors so eager to throw pills at stuff?

  • What if you already have cardiovascular disease you have hypertension you have had two heart attacks and you wake up like your throat cut off and you can’t breathe you’re gasping for air. that started with me from having acid reflux disease and I don’t have the acid reflux disease as much. What happened to me last night without any sort of acid reflux or indigestion but I can tell you I jumped up out of bed pretty quick.

  • Central apnea is hereditary on my dad’s side of the women. My great grandmother died in her sleep at 42. Her daughter, my dad’s mom, died in her sleep in her 40’s A FEW TIMES but received cpr each time by her watchful husband. They put a pacemaker in and she lived into her 70’s. Diagnosed with Cental apne, I stop breathing over 300 times an hour. Insurance only covered obstructed so they renamed my type and gave me a CPAP, with no obstruction it ran the water out and dried my throat so when I swallowed my throat was sticky and sealed shut!! I struggle to unstick my throat as things went dark, CPAP nearly killed me. Still they want to give me CPAP but I refuse to use it. Both my dad and mom’s sides are all dead of strokes and widow-makers. Central apnea is highly UNDER diagnosed and treated. You may even notice you stop breathing during the day… feeling super tired, dozing off… notice… was I breathing… does brief hyperventilating make me feel awake again?? It’s a silent killer!!!! They misdiagnose Central Apnea in infants as SIDS. Review your family history!! Watch your kid’s breath while they sleep, do they stop and restart, softly or with a gasp? Does their stomach jerk when they’ve stopped?? Does YOUR or your mate’s stomach jerk in their sleep, or do gasp or begin to suddenly breath like they just ran?? YOU… are likely the only one who can spot it!!! Causes, fatigue, depression, difficulty concentrating, memory issues, heart problems, problems in school, sooo many things. If you get diagnosed and they say obstructed read the fine typing all over your report to see if you see Central anywhere. I accidentally noticed mine said Central Apnea, so I inquired, not knowing what it meant and they explained the insurance issue as the rewrite reason. Advocate for you and yours!!!! Central is more prevalent that studies show because its not reported, overlooked and too often dismissed as fatigue syndrome when you’re not overweight. My grandmother was overweight but had CENTARAL apnea NOT obstructed.
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  • Instead of talking about healthy eating habits and exercise they push their CPAP product. Notice how at 7 minutes and 50 seconds he says there’s a ton of ways to help with this but let’s just focus on our machine.

  • All I can say is It’s ridiculous that I’m not dead yet. God’s cruel joke. Apnea + neuralgia since 2000. I’m 34. I’m not overweight.

  • I had obstructive sleep apnea (now partially under control). Along with other symptoms, I often woke up with an uncomfortable feeling in my chest. Not pain exactly, but a heavy, dragging, achy discomfort that drained you of energy and enthusiasm.. I now wonder if this was a start of cardiovascular problems.

  • I think I have central apnea/heart condition. Why is the testing so expensive..what are the treatments? I’ve been living with this for 25 years.

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  • Excellent video thank you! Another treatment option, however, that I believe was missed is use of a dental appliance to shift the lower jaw forward and thus open the airway. I have begun using such a device (the Silent Nite XL) and it is working well. I no longer wake up gasping for air like before. I had tried CPAP before and absolutely hated it. Note that I am a thin person who regularly exercises, and I’m hopeful this dental appliance will show long term benefits for increasing my energy levels. Thanks again!

  • If this isn’t a good reason to get into shape! Being overweight is the main reason for heart disease as well as apnea. Since I have gained significant weight I have experienced sleep apnea and an increase in high blood pressure. It’s a no brainer that poor diet and exercise has led me here. It’s a wake up call! Thanks for this video

  • first I had obstructive, and it wasn’t treated correctly because the doc kept telling me the nose spray would shrink the membranes in my nasal cavities and stop me being able to wear the mask, well finally by that time I had put off going to bed for 2 years because a mask made it worse for me to breathe so then 2 years later after I had the operation to treat deviated septum on both sides, I had bad habits and tried to get the right mask and I moved, I moved into another country, and thought I would get an updated sleep study, well they gave me the results of having mild obstructive and central, when 1.5 yrs earlier I had severe on both types after the study was done showing severe. I was angry because the doctor refused to retest even though I barely had enough sleep and the tech wrote on my report that I should have another test, then I found out no t all techs can test for the type of apneas I had. Then to make matters worse, the stupid doc did not do a follow up to see how I was faring with the new test and setting, and……………….never looked at the previous sleep studies that had been done in the other country of about 6 years. And my own PA said, well, sometimes sleep apnea can get better. Well obviously I knew it was mistake, it didn’t get better. And right now because of Covid I can’t have an overnight study done and I went and got some different insurance so that I could use another sleep study place. And they look at my oldest studies and turned the machine up so high that I can’t even wear my mask. So I’m waiting to talk to the sleep doctor, who understand exactly what the last sleep study did when they turned my machine down low as they wrote on my study that I had milk sleep apnea of both central and obstructive. Crazy stuff, crazy. I even went to the complaint place when my results showed mild sleep apnea and they said, nothing, nothing.

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