SNORING TREATMENT IN NASHIK - LELE HOSPITAL
Dr Pushkar Lele is the best Snoring Specialist in Nashik. He has more than 11 years experience as a kaan naak ghasa doctor.
Snoring is a very common problem. Also, the most common problem is sleep disorder, everyone is talking nowadays. Either a person himself/herself is suffering from snoring or has someone related to him/her having a snoring problem. However, it is just not a problem, it is much more than that. Almost 40% of the population is suffering from snoring nowadays. Snoring is a loud sound produced throughout sleep by the fluctuation of respiratory compositions when the airways get clogged with irregular flow of air which results in OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA which can be disastrous for life.
Snoring is a type of abnormal breathing in which sound is produced during sleep due to obstruction / collapse of the airways.Snoring is the sound that causing the tissues to vibrate as you breathe.When air flows past through obstructed airways or relaxed tissues in your throat. Snoring can be a nuisance to your partner.
Nearly everyone snores now and then, but for some patients, it can be a chronic problem.It may also indicate a serious health condition in some cases.
Visit your doctor, a snoring specialist in Nashik or anywhere. Evaluation by a doctor specialised in sleep medicine is recommended. Have a sleep study done. A sleep study can provide the doctor with information about how you sleep and breath. This information will help the doctor to determine your diagnosis and treatment options.
Snoring is due to a sleep disorder i.e. obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Not all snorers have OSA, but if snoring is with following symptoms, then there is need to see a doctor for further examination of OSA:
- Sore throat upon awakening
- Restless sleep
- Gasping or choking at night
- High blood pressure
- Chest pain at night
- Witnessed breathing pauses during sleep
- Excessive daytime sleepiness
- Difficulty concentrating
- Morning headaches
- Your snoring is so loud it’s disrupting your partner’s sleep
- In children, poor attention span, behavioral issues or poor performance in school
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Sleep Apnea is the most frequent and serious sleep disorder in which breathing pauses and rises repeatedly. Sleep apnea is assumed if a person is snoring, having daytime tiredness and/or feeling tired even after 6-8 hours of sleep. It has been noted that a lack of sleep or difficulty of the upper airway can harm arteries and lead to heart and brain problems. People who are not getting enough sleep are at risk, as they are sleeping less, snoring more, tossing and turning eyeing the clock are aging before time. Amongst all sleep disorders, Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the commonest one comprising about 80 – 85%.
What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
The flesh/muscle of the upper airway is responsible for opening and closing of the airway during sleep when these muscles relax too much during sleep causing unusual sounds and snoring. Many times these muscles relax too much causing destruction of the upper airway resulting in obstruction of the upper airway and consequently, there is a stoppage of breathing, which is experienced as ‘Obstructive Apnea’. It may happen frequently even several hundred times at night.
If you have this condition, every time an apnea occurs, you struggle to breathe, placing stress on your brain and heart. Night after night, your sleep is disturbed. You experience the kind of tiredness that influences the quality of your work, life, and relationships.
One must consult a Snoring specialist or Sleep specialist in this case. An ENT specialist (Kaan naak ghasa doctor) look into Obstructive Sleep Apnea.