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For people with sleep apnea, Meniere and dizziness, lightheadedness, low-pitched hearing loss, tinnitus, ear pressure, temporomandibular disorders, high blood pressure, angina, etc. There are countless complications. I don’t know what the original or primary disease is, but it seems that people with these symptoms are also developing other diseases. I think you can see that this is quite serious.
Like me, it took many years for me to get better because I had many diseases that could not be cured by Western medicine. The cost of examinations and medicines for that purpose has become a considerable amount of money. Even if I had a detailed examination with CT and MRI, the results that came out were nothing. The PSG test alone costs 30,000 to 40,000 yen.
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Angina pectoris and high blood pressure can not breathe when sleep apnea is repeated, so it puts a heavy burden on the heart, eventually causing heart failure, which is life-threatening, and high blood pressure occurs as a result. However, all of the above diseases are intractable and cannot be cured easily. People with sleep apnea rarely hear that they no longer need CPAP and have recovered from it. It seems that there are not many stories that temporomandibular disorders have also been cured.
I’ll pick up from the clinic article about complications.
Chronic sleep deprivation and poor sleep quality lead to many disordersIn particular, complications related to lifestyle-related diseases appear. Major complications include drug (treatment) resistant hypertension (83%), heart failure (51%), arrhythmia (49%), hypertension (37%), coronary artery disease (31%), and diabetes (23%). can be seen. Thus, sleep apnea syndrome has been found to be closely associated with life-threatening diseases such as hypertension, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
Furthermore, intermittent hypoxemia and sleep fragmentation cause hyperactivity of the sympathetic nervous system. The situation is repeated. This damages vascular endothelial cells and causes inflammation in the body. It seems that the increased activity of the sympathetic nerve, which is not originally dominant, upsets the balance of regulatory functions such as breathing, circulation, and endocrine function, causing abnormal hormone secretion and inflammation in the body.
Meniere’s disease is a condition characterized by vertigo, ringing in the ears, and hearing loss, and is caused by endolymphatic hydrops. It interferes with daily life because you can always hear harsh sounds such as whine and whine, and you feel a sense of pressure as if your ears are blocked. Although it is not clear why Ménière’s disease patients develop endolymphatic hydrops, stress, lack of sleep, and changes in barometric pressure are thought to be the causes.
For treatment, we use osmotic diuretics, steroids, anti-dizziness drugs, etc., but if the symptoms do not improve, treatment using a medical device called a middle ear pressurization device or excessive accumulation of endolymph Endolymphatic sac detachment may be performed to excrete.
And Meniere’s disease and sleep apnea are highly related, and it is said that dizziness improved after apnea treatment. However, it is said that it will be removed by open surgery for endolymphatic hydrops, but once it is removed, it will never return to its original state, so I will take on the inconvenience caused by that as well. I don’t think it will affect your hearing at all. It’s just too weak information to remove it just because it can’t be cured by medical treatment.
On the other hand, about removing the nasopharynx due to sleep apnea, if this is also removed, it will never return. Moreover, since the tendency of the body of the person who causes apnea remains the same, there is a possibility that the apnea will return to the original state after several years. For the same reason as above, even if conservative methods are ineffective, it is not effective considering several years ahead. Is it necessary to have surgery in the first place?
ID private 2021/12/27 10:35
Diagnosed with moderate sleep apnea. Is it because of this that when I wake up in the morning, my head is lightheaded, I usually feel dizzy, and I feel very sleepy? Breathing stops for up to 4 minutes.
Diagnosed with moderate sleep apnea. Is it because of this that when I wake up in the morning, my head is lightheaded, I usually feel dizzy, and I feel very sleepy? Breathing stops for up to 4 minutes. Even if I consulted a doctor, he said that I would not die at this level, so he did not suggest a treatment method.
ID private 2019/3/31 21:26
Do you think it’s possible for sleep apnea to cause dizziness?
Do you think it’s possible for sleep apnea to cause dizziness?
1149754152 2022/6/22 15:00
sleep apnea syndrome
Sleep apnea syndrome Since 5 or 6 years ago, I can’t get over my headache, tachycardia, shortness of breath, dizziness during the day, body sluggishness, drowsiness, and yawning when I wake up. There was a time when I ate well, slept well, and exercised. Five or six years ago I was diagnosed with erectile dysfunction and was on medication. Still no improvement. I went to many hospitals. I feel sick every day. Recently, I noticed that I have trouble breathing when I sleep. I also noticed some discomfort in my throat and the back of my nose. So I started thinking I might have apnea. I’ve had a test done and the results are expected to come out in a month. I’ve been to an otolaryngologist, and my tonsils are big, but they don’t seem to be blocking the start, and I feel like my adenoids are a little big. I was told they wouldn’t know until I checked. Do you have sleep apnea? At first, I had erectile dysfunction and was told that it would heal quickly, but no matter what I did, it didn’t improve at all.
Sleep Apnea Syndrome I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea and decided to use cpap. Will it dramatically improve daytime sleepiness and fatigue? ? ? Until now, I have been suffering from lack of sleep,
Sleep Apnea Syndrome I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea and decided to use cpap. Will it dramatically improve daytime sleepiness and fatigue? ? ? Until now, I have suffered from lack of sleep and dizziness during the day. I didn’t feel like I slept for about two years. If you have used it, we would love to hear from you. Thank you.
Can sleep apnea cause neuropathic pain? Of course, there is no cause of injury or virus infection.
Can sleep apnea cause neuropathic pain? Of course, there is no cause of injury or virus infection. Is there a direct or indirect cause or not? This is the question. Possible symptoms of neuropathic pain include electrical pain in the back of the head, spine, shoulders, arms, and legs, dizziness due to throbbing pain, and nausea. Tests have confirmed that you have sleep apnea. Is it irrelevant?
I went to the hospital because I felt dizzy and had a heavy back of my head, neck and shoulders. The MRI showed no abnormalities, but a simple test for sleep apnea showed a minimum SPO2 value of 50% and an overall grade of E. Is it related to dizziness?
I went to the hospital because I felt dizzy and had a heavy back of my head, neck and shoulders. The MRI showed no abnormalities, but a simple test for sleep apnea showed a minimum SPO2 value of 50% and an overall grade of E. Is it related to dizziness? I am now taking anti-vertigo and tranquilizers. Even so, I sometimes feel dizziness and palpitations accompanied by a floating feeling. I made a reservation for a sleep apnea syndrome test for two days and one night, but is it related to dizziness? I currently have high blood pressure and am taking medication for hyperlipidemia, but I have never experienced dizziness like this before. I feel like it happens when I’m walking or sweating. Are you satisfied with the flow of the current inspection? thank you.
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Except for high blood pressure and angina pectoris, the complications of sleep apnea are all above the neck. My guess is that these things probably started at about the same time. If it didn’t occur at different times over the years, but one after another at the same time, there is a clue to a cure. You may think that your lifestyle is the source of your symptoms, or that your diet is bad.
However, I don’t think these improvements will fix it. And I don’t think it will be effective even if I try to improve immediately and go to massage and manipulative treatment. A person with ear problems would probably have a lump from his neck down to his shoulders. As a result, the shoulder blades do not move, so breathing becomes shallow and problems occur in the lungs. Try rotating your neck slowly.
If something hurts, you get caught in the middle, or it hurts just to turn, then you have a problem. Have you ever had neck pain before? People who have this symptom are suspected to have cervico-omo-brachial syndrome, which is a very severe condition. Just sitting still can make you sick. If left untreated, the symptoms will continue to progress. Let’s work on what we can do now.
So what is causing the symptoms? If you introduce a little from the member page, the cause of the symptoms is in the neck. So I have to improve my neck. At my place, I am teaching to improve the above by improving the condition of the neck. Sudden grabbing the neck and massaging may cause injury, and it will only hurt, so I think it’s better to stop.
Finally, I will write about my dizziness. This continued for a while after the improvement, but it will attack without warning. All of a sudden, you start to feel dizzy in front of you, and eventually you lose your sense of balance as if you were spinning around. Then you lose the sense of up and down, and you can’t stand up. I just fell down and lost my sense of up, down, left and right. I can’t even stand up because I don’t know up, down, left, and right. It’s called nystagmus. This state lasts for about 5 minutes, after which you can stand up and walk as if nothing happened.
I haven’t had any vertigo attacks so far, so I think you can see how dangerous it is. If my story comes to mind, act now.