Sleep Apnea, Polycystic Ovary Disease, Sleep Paralysis etc

More than 50 percent of Polycystic ovary disease sufferrers have sleep apnea ! They should refrain from driving until they are diagnosed and treated. Feeling paralyzed upon waking up ? Do not panic. That is sleep paralysis and it happens when you wake up when your body is still in the REM stage.

I know she is stressed and needs more sleep. I have read that people with her condition have an increased incidence of sleep apnea. Is that true? A: You are correct. Polycystic ovary disease affects between 6.5 to 8 percent of all women.

Atrial fibrillation in some cases is associated with sleep apnea. A sleep study would reveal if the stretching of the atria and the low oxygen supply are contributing factors of sleep apnea.

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