Daytime sleepiness

Snoring, Daytime Sleepiness

 

Chicago Dec 15, 2008--snoring or day time sleepiness. Individuals with obstructed nasal passage are likely to experience both, according to a study in the December issue of Archives of Otolaryngology- Head&Neck Surgery.

To investigate the relationships among nasal obstruction, snoring, and excessive day time sleepiness in people with and without allergies, Nobuaki Hiraki,MD, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Kitakyushu, Japan, and colleagues analysed responses to a survey of Japanese workers. Of the 1878 workers asked to complete questinnairesn 1615 responded (86%) and 1459 proved sufficient information for analysis.

 

Those in the nasal obstruction groups had higher odds of snoring and daytime sleepiness than the control group.

 

The present result strongly suggests that nasal obstruction causes sleep disordered breathing and snoring and thus daytime sleepines in individuals.

 

This is thought to occur through several mechanisms, including changes in pressure that cause portions of the throat to collapse, functional difficulties included by the shift from nasal breathing to mouth breathing, and changes in signals sent from the respiratory system to the brain.

 

Source:Archives of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

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Important Note:

 

The above research has been a recent breakthrough in the understanding why people snore. Sofar it was clear that the real snoring occurs in the back of the throath, resulting fom an acceleration of airspeed and more turbulance of the air on its way to the lungs, making the soft pallet, the uvula vibrate. But he above mentionned research showed that the increase in airspeed and the narrowing of the whole airway is primerely the result of nasal obstruction. This is of major importance in the choice of an effective anti snore product. Only the products that keep the entrance of the nose open are the most effective against snoring and apnea and it is only recently that products like "No Snoring More Air" could be developped. Therefore the PPC system is effective and therefore No Snoring More Air is effective and most others anti snore products only fight the symptoms not the cause.

 

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