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Message body sleep apnea prevents you from getting a good night's sleep. many people wake up tired even after they believe they have had a full night's sleep, and end up dragging themselves all through the next day. sleep apnea not only reduces sleep quality, but it makes people feel tired during the day. you must try to recognize why you aren' sleeping soundly; sleep apnea may be one possible reason why. sleep apnea affects the way you breathe when you're sleeping. you may not even know the problem. in untreated sleep apnea, breathing stops for 10 to 20 seconds, and this occurs many times during the night. when a person stops breathing, oxygen levels in the blood decrease. whenever the person runs out of enough air to breathe, the brain sends alerting signals to raise the level of stress hormones, and tells the heart to work harder. this is often compared to racing a car engine that has been running for long periods of time. because of sleep apnea, the heart becomes ovewoed, and that can cause a heart attack. the more severe the sleep apnea, the Greater the chance of a heart attack.


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以下のとおりお答えします。 メッセージ本文 睡眠時無呼吸は、あなたが夜間熟睡するのを妨げます。丸々一晩睡眠をとったと思い込んだ後でさえ、起き抜けは疲れており、翌日は一日中足を引きずりっぱなし、という人が大勢います。睡眠時無呼吸は睡眠の質を落すだけでなく、一日中疲れていると人に感じさせます。なぜぐっすり眠ることができないかを認識しなければなりません。睡眠時無呼吸は、その1つの有力な理由であり得ます。 睡眠時無呼吸は、あなたが眠っているときの呼吸方法に影響します。あなたはその問題さえご存知ないかも知れません。治療していない睡眠時無呼吸では、10~20秒間呼吸を停止しますが、これが一晩に何度も起こります。人が呼吸を止めるとき、血液中の酸素レベルが減少します。 人が呼吸するために十分な空気が欠乏する場合はつねに、脳がストレス・ホルモンのレベルを上げるようにという警報信号を送り、心臓により激しく働くようにという指令を伝えます。これはしばしば、長時間走っている自動車エンジンとの競争になぞらえられれます。睡眠時無呼吸がもとになって心臓が酷使されるようになり、そして、それが心臓発作を引き起こしかねません。 睡眠時無呼吸が厳しいほど、心臓発作の機会が大きくなります。 以上、ご回答まで。



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