- n. alternative spelling of apnea.
“Among the most prevalent sleep-oriented disorders is obstructive sleep apnoea, which is characterised by airway collapse behind the tongue.”
“A recent study from Israel of over 2,000 people with sleep apnoea found that just over half only snored when lying on their backs.”
“Apart from ruining your relationship, snoring can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnoea.”
“Guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence stipulate that if a person has a body mass index of 40 or more and has sleep apnoea or type 2 diabetes, they should qualify for the operation on the NHS.”
“Children who were very overweight faced psychological and social problems and were at greater risk of type 2 diabetes, sleep apnoea, asthma and heart disease later in life.”
“Ken Russell high risk apparently and much footage of him snoring, so that rules in sleep apnoea as one possible cause.”
“Whereas Rosie obviously has to stand in front of doctors and industry specialists, keeping a serious face with Comic Sans illustrating her points on obstructive sleep apnoea and the physiology of sleep.”
“July 2004: Linnea has sleep apnoea - that is, she stops breathing.”
“Sleep apnoea and the misuse of evidence-based medicine.”
“Fortunately in all save the rarest possible instances the apnoea yields and a deep inspiratory movement follows.”
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