Wednesday, May 05, 2021 – 15:18 | Last Updated: 05 05 2021 – 15:19 In the coronavirus process, where our routines and habits were largely interrupted, many factors such as inconsistent schedules, children being homeschooled, job loss, financial impacts, and increased screen time caused insomnia and weight gain. Especially with the weight gain in this period, many diseases started to emerge. One of these diseases is sleep apnea. Interruption of breath in sleep apnea, which…"What is sleep apnea? What causes sleep apnea? What are the symptoms of sleep apnea? How to heal sleep apnea?"
AA | Saturday, March 27, 2021 – 16:15 | Last Updated: 27 03 2021 – 16:15 Professor of Ear, Nose and Throat, Department of Ear, Nose and Throat, Antalya Training and Research Hospital. Dr. Eyigör stated that untreated sleep apnea can cause diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular and stroke ailments. Professor of Health Sciences University Antalya Training and Research Hospital Ear, Nose and Throat Department. Dr. Hülya Eyigör told Anadolu Agency (AA) that there are many sleep…"Untreated sleep apnea can trigger other illnesses"
gave | Thursday, March 25, 2021 – 10:29 | Last Updated: 25 03 2021 – 10:29 Chest Diseases Specialist Dr. Stating that obesity, which increases with the pandemic, causes sleep apnea, Merda Erdemir Işık said, “Sleep apnea, the biggest cause of which is excessive weight and neck thickness, is seen more with the epidemic.” While the time spent at home during the coronavirus epidemic caused an increase in obesity, excess weight brought sleep apnea with…"Increasing weight in pandemic causes sleep apnea"
gave | Monday, March 22, 2021 – 12:47 | Last Updated: 22 03 2021 – 12:47 Stating that 35.7 percent of people worldwide have sleep problems, Maxillofacial Prosthesis Specialist Dr. Tuğrul Saygı pointed out that snoring gives important messages about the sleep quality of the person. Respect warned that “excessive snoring may be a harbinger of problems with nose, throat and jaw shape or diseases such as sleep apnea.” Sleep quality is more important than…"Snoring may be caused by sleep apnea"