Dr Rosenberg answers Sleep Apnea Questions

Drinking, hypothyroidism, memory and sleep apnea could be connectd but not all of them are related . Alcohol weakens the muscles of the upper airway helping more collapsible structure. It also helps prolong apneas because it ‘ inhibits the nervous system’s response’ to low oxygen levels.

I have sleep apnea and have been told that treating my low thyroid condition might cure my sleep apnea. What do you think, is this true?

Sleeping late affects memory and performance be it at work or at school. Most fact memory transfers occur during the second half of the sleep cycle when memories are transferred to the brain’s hard drive – the prefrontal cortex.

Lifestyle changes can help some aspects of sleep disorders.

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