Nature’s Rite Sleep Apnea Relief – Herbal Treatment for Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Relief

Featured invention at the DaVinci Inventor Showcase 2010

Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep disturbance problems in America.  It ruins the sleep of an estimated 25 million Americans on a regular basis.  The condition prevents the sleeper from entering REM and Delta sleep causing them to become anxious, cantankerous and tired during the day.  There are very serious health consequences of prolonged sleep deprivation.  Additionally, due to the nature of the condition, it causes blood oxygen levels to be lower than normal for very prolonged periods of time.  This is damaging to the brain and heart in particular.

 

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Extraordinary Scans Reveal What Being Fat Does to Your Body

 

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The obese woman on the left has fat around her organs (shown by the yellow areas) and an enlarged heart which can have dire consequences on her health

Carrying extra pounds may not look attractive from the outside, but it’s been difficult to understand precisely the havoc it wreaks on your insides – until now.  Here, in a pair of astonishing pictures, we can see exactly what being overweight does to the organs, bones and muscles. These images of two women were taken by a magnetic resonance imaging (MRIRI) scanner and reveal in horrifying detail the obesity effect.

 

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Sleep-Deprived People ‘Dying a Slow Death’

 Sleep-Deprived People ‘Dying a Slow Death’

Shakespeare once called sleep the “balm of hurt minds”. Bodies, too, apparently.

People with the severe form of apnea, which interferes with sleep, are several times more likely to die from any cause than are folks without the disorder, researchers report in the latest edition of the journal Sleep.

The findings in the 18-year study confirm smaller studies that have indicated an increased risk of death for people with apnea, also known as sleep-disordered breathing.

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Sleep Apnea May Lead to Memory Loss

Sleep Apnea May Lead to Memory Loss

 Bad sleep may be worse than anyone thought

Loud snoring can seriously affect your memory. In what will come as a stern warning for bad sleepers everywhere, scientists have for the first time discovered that people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) suffer tissue loss in brain regions that help store memory.

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