Heart attack symptoms: The warning sound when you sleep that could signal your risk

It’s normal for many to snore a little whilst sleeping. However, snoring which sounds more like gasping or choking could be a sign of sleep apnea. This is when a person stops breathing for brief moments several times a night while they are still sleeping. This puts extra strain on the heart, increasing the risk of a heart attack. READ […]

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From sleep apnea and snoring can relieve leptin

Studies in mice the experiments of scientists from the school of medicine at Johns Hopkins University (USA) showed that leptin, also known as the “hunger hormone”, can benefit from sleep apnea, snoring and other breathing problems during sleep. Результатыисследованияопубликоваламегісап Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. The leptin hormone secreted by fat cells and affects regulation of the body’s feelings […]

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Female snoring is a serious threat to heart

Scientists from the University of Munich found that both men and women who tend to snore during sleep, can occur in the form of consequences of problems with the condition of the heart and blood vessels. At the same time, experts ascertained that it was the women’s snoring is the most serious threat to the heart – this snoring can […]

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