Sleep Apnea: A Dreadful Disease During Winters

Sleep apnea is fully controllable through Ayurveda if its causes are addressed properly.

Tavishi Dogra
Written by: Tavishi DograPublished at: Jan 22, 2020Updated at: Jan 22, 2020
Sleep Apnea: A Dreadful Disease During Winters

We all have heard about Sleep apnea which is a serious sleep ailment where the patient stops and starts breathing repetitively. This ailment can be described as wheezing and interrupted breathing, depress the quality of the sleep. As a result of which the patient does not feel fresh. Breathing disorders cause patients to experience pauses in breathing during sleep, the duration of a break may vary from a few seconds to a minute, and the situation gets worst during wintertime. The causes that deteriorate sleep apnea in winters could be the congestion near the nose and throat to the practice of burning wood to make the living room warmer during the winter season.

Usually, this disorder has a gastrointestinal and metabolic origin, and it has been observed that the patients of sleep apnea have a disturbed digestive system which slowdowns the metabolism, resulting in several health issues. Sleep apnea is also more common in men. Among maximum patients with this disorder, the airways become blocked because of additional bodyweight and a build-up of soft fat tissue in the windpipe.

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Besides, other reasons develop this disorder in the human body:

  • Patients inherited of sleep apnea
  • Chain smokers
  • Patients with high blood pressure
  • Lack of Vitamin D and Calcium
  • People with high blood pressure
  • Patients with menace for stroke or heart failure
  • Unbalanced diet
  • Poor Lifestyle
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Symptoms of this ailment occur during sleep, and it becomes difficult to detect the disorder. One of the major signs of this is loud, long-lasting snoring, regularly followed by unpleasant. As it progresses, snoring increases in sound & volume more frequently.

Other symptoms include the following:

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  • Headache after morning wake up
  • Problem in concentrating
  • Sleepiness in daytime
  • Irritability
  • The problem in remembering things
  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Dry Throat

Ayurvedic Treatment

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This method has much importance in curing Sleep Apnea. Here various Panchakarma techniques are used to remove the toxins from the body.

Cherry juice

 
 
 
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Best food sources of the hormone melatonin. And insomniacs who sipped 16 ounces of the melatonin-rich juice twice a week enjoy an elongated sleep time by a whopping 90 minutes.

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A diet that’s low in selenium can severely affect one's sleep, suggested by many recent research studies. Sweet potatoes are high in potassium, a mineral with muscle-relaxing properties make it easier for you to control sleep apnea.

(With inputs from Mohamad Yusuf N Shaikh, Founder Kudrati Ayurved)

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