Dr. Sanjay Arora

Cranio-Sacral TMJ Specialist, BDS, MDS ( Endodontist), Occlusion Specialist, Craniodontist, Neuro Muscular TMJ Specialist, Epigeneticist, Master Ceramist,
Location: New Delhi, India

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

  • Sleep Apnea: It basically means that one stops breathing at times for various time intervals during sleeping. It happens normally in adults mostly obese but the trend is increasing in children. It seems to be linked to obesity and snoring may or may not be the first sig.
  • Snoring: It’s essentially referred to as the noise one makes during sleeping, sometimes while awake during breathing. It may or may not, but mostly points to presence of sleep apnea.
  • Hypopnea: It refers to lesser air being breathed and most snorers and apneics suffer from this. It’s responsible for the most of signs and symptoms in patient as it produces long term air and oxygen hunger in the body.

Types of Sleep Apneas

1) OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA (OSA):

As the name refers, here the absence of breath is due to presence of an obstruction in the passage of breathing. It is essentially interrupted breathing.

There are two types of breathing interruption characteristic of OSA:

  • Apnea: It can be due to a nasal blockage or because of obesity in soft tissues collapsing over each other or because the muscles of throat, palate, neck etc are so tired that they become limp and collapse over each other, leading to blockage of the passage of air. If it is blocked for more than ten seconds completely, it is recorded as an apneic moment.
  • Hypopnea: whenever a part block of the airway resulting in an airflow reduction of more than 50% for 10seconds or more, it is recorded as a Hypopnea moment.
    A set of signs and symptoms get produced as the number of both of the above incidents increase in number and duration.

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What Happens During OSA?

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  • During the night, people with OSA may experience repeated episodes of apnoa and hypopnea.
  • During an episode, lack of oxygen causes the person to come out of deep sleep and into a lighter state of sleep, or a brief period of wakefulness, in order to restore normal breathing.
  • However, after falling back into deep sleep, further episodes of apnea and hypopnea can occur. Such events may occur more than once a minute throughout the night.
  • Most people with OSA snore loudly. Their breathing may be noisy and laboured and it is often interrupted by gasping and snorting with each episode of apnea.
  • The repeated interruptions to sleep caused by OSA can make the person feel very tired during the day. A person with OSA will usually have no memory of breathlessness, so they are often unaware that they are not getting a proper night’s sleep.

Suffering from Sleep Apnea?

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Do you wake up feeling tired, irritable or sleep deprived? It is quite possible that you are among the near millions of Indians afflicted by Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). In fact, close to 80% of all sleep apnea cases remain undiagnosed, causing people to battle a host of life-threatening health health risks. Sleep apnea is a debilitating and life-shortening condition that can impact your livelihood.

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Did You Know?

  • Sleep apnea increases the risk of hypertension, stroke, and myocardial infarction by 2-3 times.
  • Sleep apnea is associated with cancer, obesity, smoking, diabetes, and alcoholism.
  • Sleep apnea can elevate blood pressure and can cause coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, and heart failure.
  • More than 50% of people suffering from type 2 diabetes have some form of sleep apnea.
  • 1 in 5 adults suffer from some form of sleep apnea.
  • 8 out of every 10 people who have sleep apnea have not yet been diagnosed and nearly 50% of those that are diagnosed are not compliant with their treatment options.

How do we cure without CPAP in most cases

  • Engineered Occluding &
  • Epigenetics

Its the teeth to be blamed here and disturbance in their fit due to wear and tear mostly enhanced due to incomplete growth. Thanks to Epigenetics that growth can be restored in the facial area in most ages, thereby producing symmetry at any age and the wear and tear can be restored to have substantial results by impacting growth of trachea and removing the factors that causing narrowing of diameter in the facial and nasal areas. sometimes ENT specialists help may be seeked here.

A Tmj( jaw joint ) specialist along with a dental occlusal specialist and a Epigeneticist an provide a Cranio-sacral Epigenetic appliance in a weeks time after due tests and sleep studies, or some may just need a correction of teeth fit with each other to see changes in the body.

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