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Obstructive Sleep Apnoea OSA

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Obstructive Sleep Apnoea OSA

Condition:

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea OSA

Definition:

Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a relatively common condition where the walls of the throat relax and narrow during sleep, interrupting normal breathing.

This may lead to regularly interrupted sleep, which can have a big impact on quality of life and increases the risk of developing certain conditions.

Apnoea and hypopnoea

There are two types of breathing interruption characteristic of OSA:

  • apnoea – where the muscles and soft tissues in the throat relax and collapse sufficiently to cause a total blockage of the airway; it’s called an apnoea when the airflow is blocked for 10 seconds or more
  • hypopnoea – a partial blockage of the airway that results in an airflow reduction of greater than 50% for 10 seconds or more

People with OSA may experience repeated episodes of apnoea and hypopnoea throughout the night. These events may occur around once every one or two minutes in severe cases.

As many people with OSA experience episodes of both apnoea and hypopnoea, doctors sometimes refer to the condition as obstructive sleep apnoea-hypopnoea syndrome or OSAHS.

The term ‘obstructive’ distinguishes OSA from rarer forms of sleep apnoea, such as central sleep apnoea, which is caused by the brain not sending signals to the breathing muscles during sleep.

 

Symptom:

The symptoms of OSA are often first spotted by a partner, friend or family member who notices problems while you sleep.

Signs of OSA in someone sleeping can include:

  • loud snoring
  • noisy and laboured breathing
  • repeated short periods where breathing is interrupted by gasping or snorting

Some people with OSA may also experience night sweats and may wake up frequently during the night to urinate.

During an episode, the lack of oxygen triggers your brain to pull you out of deep sleep – either to a lighter sleep or to wakefulness – so your airway reopens and you can breathe normally.

These repeated sleep interruptions can make you feel very tired during the day. You’ll usually have no memory of your interrupted breathing, so you may be unaware you have a problem.

 

Description:

Protocol:

 

Diffuse, for 8 hours, while sleeping, 5 drops, Breath Support, and 3 drops Cedarwood 5ml 10ml.

Topically apply, 5 drops, Cedarwood Blend 30ml, over the spine.

Apply 2 drops, Pure Cedarwood 5ml 10ml over the navel and underneath the feet.

Apply 15 drops, Cell Rejuvenation, over the spine, before bed. If sensitivity for cinnamon appear, apply every second day, else dilute further with a carrier oil.

Apply 10 drops, Chest Blend 50ml  100ml, over the lungs, before bed.

 

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