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It seems that there are an estimated 20 million people with sleep apnea, including the preliminary group. This symptom is not something that can be cured by leaving it alone, and it will progress further with the passage of time if nothing is done. Apnea disturbs breathing during sleep, but it is the exhalation that is disturbed when exhaling or inhaling. This is because the lungs are normally kept under negative pressure, so when you inhale, air naturally enters, and when you exhale, you have to push it out.
This behavior is repeated unconsciously during sleep. It is very serious when you are awake and active and can breathe fine, but once you fall asleep you suddenly cannot breathe. As medical information says, breathing disorders can cause blood pressure to rise, angina pectoris, and if left untreated, the risk of heart failure in the future is very high. For the sake of clarity, I will simplify the explanation here. If you understand, what is that?
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Dr. Kimura is right when she says, “If the meat around the respiratory tract is removed, (breathing) will become smoother.”
At the time when this site (Kaizen Dojo) was established, we were told that there was a report from the medical field that ‘the neck of an apnea patient was found to be swollen.’ Swelling around the neck is when the base of the tongue moves down into the airway while you sleep, which puts pressure on your breathing and makes it impossible to breathe. As Mr. Kimura said, it is better to think that breathing disorder is occurring from here. There’s something on your neck.
What should I do to solve this problem, “When the root of the tongue descends and presses the airway, it becomes impossible to exhale”? The answer seems to be a physical answer. In short, if there is an obstruction in the airway that presses on breathing, it is better to open the airway more. Of course, the method of physically expanding it has not yet been developed.
What to do is remove the swelling around the neck, which may be narrowing the airway. If the base of the tongue falls into the airway and blocks it during sleep, open the airway more and it will not interfere with breathing.
Don’t say dreamy things! But I realized. It’s the way I just said. It took years.
I heard that sleep apnea requires continuous use of CPAP for the rest of your life. Have you ever had to sleep with such a device before?
If so, now that you know the cause, start taking action to resolve it immediately.
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