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clur_08


01/14/2013

Can sleep apnea cause dry eyes?

Is it possible to lead to dry eyes because of sleep apnea? Why or why not?
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  • Michelle percy

    01/15/2013

    It's pretty dangerous for those people with sleep apnea. Their life is in danger. Sleep apnea can cause some eye problem like eye strain and red eyes. They stop breathing for 10 to 15 seconds while one slumbers. If the airway is obstructed, the patient may pass away. The whole body function is in disorder, so the eyes suffer from this as well. However, their are lots of methods to avoid sleep apnea. Sleep on side instead of back. Raise the head of the bed.
  • Jada shelley

    01/27/2013

    It's really possible that sleep apnea causes eye problems. Sleep is sometimes called shut-eye, and good quality sleep is important sleep. A study recently showed that eye health is related to sleep disorders, especially obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). I have learned about that the blood pressure spikes to high levels when you suffer sleep issues. And these changes in blood pressure and oxygen are believed to cause a number of health issues, including eye conditions. As for me, health beyond everything. People should have a good rest and relax during spare time. If you are really lack of sleep, drinking a cup of milk every night is good for sleeping. And have something contain abundant vitamins and minerals to take supplements. All these ways can help with eye health. In addition, you also can get much information about eye health.
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