Hormonal changes are also the reason
The problem of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can occur from both children to the elderly, but during menopause it can cause more problems in women. The reason for this is the hormonal imbalance. During menopause, women have to undergo many physical and psychological changes. Due to this, problems like anxiety, sleep apnea, nervousness, hot flashes (excessive heat or cold feeling, face redness, sweating) occur.
Suddenly sleep starts at night and tired throughout the day. This happens due to decreasing estrogen levels. The problem of hot flasher can last for about three years. However, some women suffer from this problem even for five years. Sleep disorder is more visible in women after menopause. Sleep often at night.
Nearly 60 percent of women may get sleep apnea. Symptoms of the disease
Insomnia does not cause sleep and night passes passes, whereas sleep apnea sleeps, but in the night, shocks often open. Obstructive Sleep experiences problems in taking patients in Apnea, which makes her sleep open at night. Waking up in the morning does not feel fresh and tiresome throughout the day.
OSA's special features are:
Snoring, sleep disturbance, and changing
Feeling suffocated, trouble getting up from sleep and breathing difficulties
Feeling throat choke, throat dryness or soreness
Dry mouth at night
Slumbering throughout the day, sleeping while working.
Decreased concentration, irritation and depression
Feeling headache or heavyness in the morning when you wake up
Its symptoms in children appear as bed wetting, sweating, laryning, and behavioral disorders, snoring, tooth grinding and sleeping in strange situations.