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Month: July 2014

Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea

40% of the population snores whilst asleep, due to the bad ventilation of the respiratory airways. A correct respiration has a fundamental influence on diurnal performance. This syndrome is one of the most prevalent ones, as it not only alters negatively the quality of life of those whose suffer from sleep apnea, but also their beloved ones. It is very important to distinguish between an annoying noise (simple snoring), produced by an insufficient amount of air getting in your respiratory…

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Orthoapnean clinical study receives first prize at SEPAR congress.

Orthoapnean clinical study receives first prize at SEPAR congress.

Bilbao was the chosen venue by the Spanish society of Chest surgery and Pneumology, SEPAR, to hold, from the 6 to the 9 of june, the 47 national congress SEPAR. Among the congress most memorable acts, stands the prizes awarded to doctors Nuria Reina, Mercedes Martín,, Lidia Lopez, Eva Cabrera y María Victoria, all members from the department of Pneumology in Universitario Virgen de la Victoria de Málaga Hospital, for best oral communication. Their presentation “Treatments against apnea sleep syndrome…

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OSA could be the reason behind your poor sleep quality

OSA could be the reason behind your poor sleep quality

Waked up tired after a long nights rest? Feeling drowsy and restless? OSA could be the answer to your pledges.After conducting many experiments researches claim that up to 4 percent of the population could be affected by this syndrome. There is still little knowledge on this subject if compared to other diseases such as syphilis, however the number of people around the globe who have OSA could be at least 50 or more times than that of documented cases of…

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