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Sleeping Disorder

SLEEPY? SNORING? ALWAYSTIRED? z2 SLEEP APNEA: A sleep disorder characterized by abnormal pauses in breathing or periodic shallow breathing during sleep. OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA (OSA): The most common of type sleep apnea. OSA RISK FACTORS: 1 in 4 adults are at high risk of having OSA based on the presence of 3 or more risk factors: (26%) MALE +45 YEARS OLD OLARGE NECK CIRCUMFERENCE O METABOLIC/ENDOCRINE DISORDERS OBESITY SMOKING SMOKING ALCOHOL/SEDATIVE USE OFAMILY HISTORY OF SLEEP PROBLEMS INTERESTING STATS YOU SHOULD KNOW zzZ Famous people who've had it: Queen Victoria Henry VIII Napoleon Roughly 860,000 Canadians reported being told by a health professional that they have some form of Sleep Apnea. Over 75% of people with Untreated OSA patients will OSA go undiagnosed. require 2x the health care costs of those who are treated. Untreated patients are 6x more likely to be in motor vehicle accidents. OSA has been identified in persons as far back as 360 BC. 70% of all men with suspected OSA suffer from erectile dysfunction. PREVALENCE & COMORBIDITIES PREVALENCE OF SLEEP APNEA WITH OTHER DISORDERS Drug-resistant Hypertension 83% Obesity 77% Congestive Heart Failure 76% Pacemakers 59% Atrial Fibrillation 49% Diabetes 48% All Hypertension" Coronary Artery Disease* 37% 30% "Male subjects only 5-SECOND SLEEP APNEA TEST HOW TO RECOGNIZE OSA: • Snoring • Excessive daytime drowsiness • Restless sleep • Gasping or choking during sleep • Memory Loss • Erectile dysfunction Imitability and depression • Large neck circumference (> 17 inches men, >16 women) • Frequent night-time urination • Memory loss 1 Are you tired during the day? 2 Do you snore? 3 Have you been told you stop breathing during sleep? If you've answered YES to TWO or more of these questions ask your doctor about screening for Sleep Apnea. References 1. Floetham, J., Ayas, N., Bradey, D Ferguson, K, Fitzpatrick, M. Goorge, C, Hanlay, P., HI, F Kimof, J., Kryger, M. Morrison, D. Series, F, Tai, Ww. Canadian Thoracic Sociaty guidalines: Diagnosis and treatment of sleep disordered breathing in adults. Can Resp J 2006; 13(7)37-392 . 7. Chung, F, Yegneowaran, B., Liao, P., Chung. SA, Vairavanathen, 15. Logan at al. High prevalence of unrecognized sloop apnoon in S., Islam, S., Khajehdehi, A, Shapiro, CM. STOP queetionnaire: A tool to screen pationts for obstructive sloop aprea. Anesthesiology 2008: 108(5)812-821. drug-resistant hypertension. JHypertansion 2001:19:2271-2277. 16. OKoeffe & Paterson Evidenoe of supporting routine polysomnography before bariatric surgery. Obes Surgery 2004. 2. Neto, FJ. Young. T.B Lind, B.K, Shahar, E, Samet JM., Redine, S., D'Agostino, R.B., Newman, AB, Lebowitz, M.D., Pickering. T.G. Association of sloop-disordered breathing, sleep 8. Budweiser, S., Ederloien, S., Joes, RA, Htzl, AP., Wieland, W.F., Pfeifer M, Arzt, M. 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