Sleep disorders are a series of disorders related to the sleep process. Existing both in the stages of initiation, maintenance, and during the sleep-wake cycle. There are two main types of sleep: rapid eye movement (REM) or paradoxical sleep, and Non-REM.
It is currently a health problem that affects millions of people, the consequences of sleep disorders can lead to serious medical and psychiatric conditions that affect all people who suffer from them.
There are more than ninety types of sleep disorders, each with specific measures for its treatment.
In our Clinic we offer the diagnosis and treatment of the main disorders that affect the population, remember that with the timely and adequate diagnosis we can provide the best therapeutic measure for your problem .
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They are a series of pathologies that cause alterations in the respiratory system that are manifested only during sleep and very commonly related to an obstruction to the flow of air at the level of the upper airway.
The most common disorder that the population presents is sleep apnea:
People with sleep apnea stop breathing for more than 10 seconds at a time while they sleep. These brief breaks in breathing can happen up to 400 times each night. If you have sleep apnea, periods of not breathing can disturb your sleep even if they don't fully wake you up.
This is divided into
It is a very frequent manifestation, it does not constitute a (normal) physiological event, on the contrary, its presence shows some degree of partial obstruction of the upper airway, constituting a pathological entity in itself and determining important repercussions at the level of neurocognitive and metabolic functions and cardiovascular.
Primary snoring is a respiratory sleep disorder that occurs in more than 50% of the adult population, it is characterized by not presenting apneas (cessation of breathing), desaturations (decreases in the level of oxygen in arterial blood) or micro-awakenings.
Snoring, as a symptom, is the main reason for consultation among patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS)