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Sleep-related breathing disorders in adults: The ventilatory responsiveness to CO 2 below eupnoea as amihdalas determinant of ventilatory stability in sleep.

Pathophysiology of upper airway obstruction during sleep.

Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. Anatomy and physiology of upper airway amigdlas. These changes lead to greater vulnerability and a greater risk of abnormalities, even in normal individuals.

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Ear, nose and throat disorders. Singing exercises improve sleepiness and frequency of snoring among snorers: CT demonstration of pharyngeal narrowing adenodes adult obstructive sleep apnea.

Puhan MA, et al. Escrito por el personal de Mayo Clinic. Solicite una Consulta en Mayo Clinic. Upper airway resistance and geniohyoid muscle activity in normal men during wakefulness and sleep. Principles and Practice of Pediatric Medicine. Mathur R, Douglas NJ. Si tu hijo ronca, consulta con su pediatra.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Find a sleep facility near you. References Deary V, et al. Wardrop PJC, et al. Van de Graaff WB. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Treatment of adults with snoring.


Upper airway functional and anatomical changes are likely to have genetic components, and, therefore, individuals exposed to certain environmental factors, such as allergies, have a greater chance of developing sleep-disordered breathing. Not quite so simple after all. In individuals who present risk factors, such as anatomical abnormalities in the upper airway, these sleep-related changes cannot be efficaciously compensated, which increases the chances that sleep-disordered breathing will occur.

Habitual snorers and sleep apnoics have abnormal vascular reactions of the soft palatal mucosa on afferent nerve stimulation. Do wind and brass players snore less? Los ronquidos se producen cuando el aire pasa por los tejidos relajados de la garganta y hace que estos vibren mientras respiras, lo que ocasiona esos sonidos molestos.

In the transition from wakefulness to sleep, there is commonly an increase in upper airway resistance and impairment of various protective responses and reflexes, which are efficient in promoting and maintaining upper airway patency during wakefulness. A veces, los ronquidos pueden indicar una enfermedad grave.

Influence of sleep on tensor palatini EMG and upper airway resistance in normal men. Sleep-disordered breathing is characterized by a reduction in the size of upper airways, although the degree of the reduction varies. Familial ‘sleep apnea plus’ syndrome: Computerized tomography in obstructive sleep apnea. Risk of obstructive sleep apnea lower in double reed musicians. Luciana de Oliveira Palombini.


This reduction has multifactorial causes, which include anatomical abnormalities in the upper airway, alterations in the neuromuscular response and impairment of receptors in the upper airway.

Histological indications of a progressive snorers disease in an upper airway muscle. Pharyngeal narrowing and closing pressures in patients with obstructive sleep apnea. Pharyngeal compliance adrnoides snoring subjects with and without obstructive sleep apnea.

Fast-CT evaluation of the effect of amigdalxs volume on upper airway size and function in normal men. Upper airway sensation in snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. Pathophysiology of sleep-disordered breathing. Ventilatory-control abnormalities in familial sleep apnea.

Anatomic determinants of sleep-disordered breathing across the spectrum of clinical and nonclinical male subjects. Upper airway morphology in patients with idiopathic obstructive sleep apnea. Influence of passive changes of lung volume on upper airways. Olson EJ expert opinion. Sheldon SH, et al. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

Overview of snoring in adults. Influence of upper airway pressure changes on genioglossus muscle respiratory activity.

Receptors responding to changes in upper airway pressure. Papadakis MA, et al.