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Good sleep. How to achieve this?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSA) is a common respiratory illness associated with sleep disturbances, snoring, and respiratory failure in a dream for ten or more seconds. Add to this a reduced concentration of attention, daytime sleepiness, anxiety, and depression. This disease affects more than 100 million people worldwide.

On March 14, World Sleep Day, the launch of the Sleep Powers 2014 global program was announced to raise people’s awareness of the importance of healthy sleep for a fulfilling life. In Russia, in support of the international initiative, the first ever clinical study was launched to identify obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and CPAP (CPAP) effectiveness – therapy – one of the main methods of treating this serious disease.

See also: Do ​​you want to be healthy – do not forget to breathe in a dream! How to get rid of snoring

The first large-scale study in Russia is being conducted by Philips in collaboration with the Department of Pulmonology, FPDO MGMSU im. A. I. Evdokimov, Department of Endocrinology MONIKI them. M.F. Vladimirsky and the Center for Respiratory Medicine. The aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of AutoCPAP therapy in patients of the weighed category (patients with metabolic syndrome and diabetes mellitus), in terms of the effect on lung ventilation and carbohydrate metabolism.

Through research, scientists and physicians seek to raise awareness about the problem of sleep apnea and how to solve it through meaningful innovations. A complete range of solutions for medical facilities and home therapy is provided. So, in 2013, the first sociological study in Russia was conducted in this field, which showed that 46% of Russians over 40 are at risk of apnea, while 82% of those surveyed did not even hear about this disease. Conducting such studies demonstrates a commitment to creating conditions for the health and well-being of people.

Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is one of the most common respiratory diseases associated with sleep disorders and is characterized by loud snoring, periodic lowering of the upper respiratory tract and, as a result, respiratory arrest in sleep for 10 seconds or more. In addition to these symptoms, apnea is accompanied by a decreased concentration of attention, excessive daytime sleepiness, anxiety, and depression. This disease affects more than 100 million people worldwide. One of the treatment options for OSAS is CPAP therapy, which keeps the airways open and restores normal oxygen saturation.

“Sleep is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. Sleep disturbances can lead to numerous health problems, including provoking the development of cardiac diseases, hypertension, diabetes and stroke,” comments Sergey Babak, MD, professor at the Department of Pulmonology at the Moscow Department of Pulmonary Diseases State Medical and Dental University – Obstructive sleep apnea continues to be among the underestimated problems of Russian health care. Low public awareness and insufficient attention. of the part of the medical community, leads to the fact that a huge proportion of sleep apnea sufferers in Russia are not diagnosed. In this regard, it is particularly important to inform the public about the existence of this disease and its consequences. ”

As part of raising public awareness about the problem of sleep apnea, the www. sleepapnoe. ru. On the site, everyone can take a test to determine whether he is at risk for developing obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS), learn more about the disease itself and how to deal with it, and consult with a specialist.

How do you sleep? Do not snore? No breath holding? Has anyone ever told you that you snore in a dream?

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