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Ron Ron: frequently asked questions

Ron Ron: frequently asked questionsMost of the issues related to snoring are caused by the accumulation of respiratory secretions that produce a partial obstruction to air flow toward the rear of the throat.
This partial obstruction produces a dispersion of the optimum pattern of air flow, resulting in vibration of the soft tissue in the back of the throat, and hence the characteristic sound of snoring.

Our respiratory system consistently produces secretions in the cavities, sinuses in the bronchi and lungs. Although during the day our body produces easily these secretions, they begin to accumulate in the back of the throat during the night period during which we are in a horizontal position.
These secretions begin to irritate the surrounding tissues, resulting in congestion and bulge. These factors produce a partial obstruction to the air flow, resulting in turbulence of the air flow that causes vibration of the soft tissue in the back of the throat and produces the characteristic sound. The narrowing of the airways due to swelling of the tissue, causes more easily snoring. The 85% of cases of snoring are due to these factors.

The physiological factors that can aggravate snoring, including the circumstances that increase the production of respiratory secretions such as allergies, chronic sinusitis, post nasal drip, smoking and late-night snacks. The intake of alcohol before going to sleep, loosen the soft tissues and causes snoring, as well as any structural abnormalities that decrease the available space of the airway tract.
Latter include enlarged tonsils and adenoids in children, malformations, enlarged uvula or the rear extension of the mandible (lower jaw), obesity (which restricts respiratory system), the deviation of the nasal septum and / or nasal polyps.

The sleep pattern of snoring is extremely abnormal, exhibiting up to sixteen (16) parasomnias hour. This combination of events leads to fatigue during the day, poor concentration and reaction times slower.

Recently it was indicated that this lack of sleep due to a lower production of growth hormone in middle-aged males and the whole is attributable to a lower energy available and which can also lead to obesity, a decreased libido and performance decreased sexual.

In addition, the studies done at Stanford University and other institutions, have shown that snorers have a higher rate of automobile accidents that subjects without snoring.
It is known that snoring can cause reduced flow of oxygen to the brain and other organs, resulting in fatigue or daytime sleepiness, slower reflexes and reduced attention span. These factors cause damage to the ability to focus on the road and traffic requirements.
Many studies have shown that for the snorers the risk is high (300% - 400%) of involvement in a car accident when compared with non-snorers and a high risk (700%) of involvement in multiple vehicle accidents also compared with non-snorers.
By keeping the snoring under control, the risk factors for all these series circumstances gradually decrease over the years.

What makes more chronic the snoring? There are many factors that have been identified as the cause of the increase, the frequency and / or the importance of snoring. These include the following:

  • (I) Obesity: the weight gain cause an excess fatty deposit in all tissues, including those around the throat and respiratory tract. This causes narrowing of the airways, the loosening of soft tissue and facilitates snoring
  • (II) The consumption of alcohol during the night: promotes relaxation of soft tissue in the back of the throat. In such conditions are vibrating more easily, resulting in the characteristic sound and a snoring more frequent and more severe
  • (III) Increase in respiratory secretions: this condition can occur due to many factors, including cigarette smoking, chronic bronchitis, allergies, chronic sinusitis, chronic rhinitis (nasal congestion) and mucus production due to food such as dairy products eaten in the evening.

The social consequences of snoring are fatigue and hyper irritability during the day to spend both for those who snores that of the eventual partner. In more extreme cases, the couple must sleep in separate bedrooms.

Constant exposure of the companion or partner of the snorer to a proper rest and not interrupted by the timing of the sound, can cause hyper irritability, anger, anxiety and even depression.
The forced separation of the subjects during the night leads to a reduction of intimacy.

Many studies have shown that snoring is an important factor in the dissolution of relationships and in promoting divorces. These situations also being a source of anxiety and depression, often lead to not having relationships with friends and colleagues and also work performance suffers.

Why snoring should worry? Health problems concerning snorers are to have a better chance of achieving a heart attack and have high blood pressure compared to non-snorers.
Naturally, the risk of developing these health problems increases as a person is snoring both in time that in the intensity of the act.

In the majority of snoring, arterial oxygen saturation levels are below the normal threshold, resulting in repeated episodes of hypoxia to the brain and other vital organs.
Studies that were protracted over the years have demonstrated that snorers have a high risk (400% - 500%) of developing heart attacks, strokes or hypertension. In 6 out of 10 adults snoring is always progressive and leads more than thirty percent (30%) of them to apnea, while the percentage rises with the children if nothing is done, surpassing fifty percent (50%).

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