Sleep apnea types include:
--- the most common OSA obstructive sleep apnea due to low muscles tone and similar reasons
--- CSA central sleep apnea due to imbalance in the brain's respiratory control centers responsible for adequate response to oxygen/carbon dioxide level
--- mixed and complex sleep apnea with both of above present in different conjunction.
Serious cases have shown to lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, arrhythmias, stroke, diabetes, and sleep deprived driving accidents. Extreme cases can lead to death
in sleep. This indicates sleep apnea is by no way to be taken not seriously enough for those in a risk group for the above diseases.
1. OSA, scheme in Spiral system:
Dryness--->Cold (nasopharynx)--->Wind (muscles)--->Darkness (night time): Ho (spasm, weakness) sedate, He tone up
right hand, cronic case
In severe cases one is also sedate No as potentially lethal cease of breath.
People of certain Constitution may instead show better results with No energy tonification. Ideally, these 2 are to be alternated:
point 7, No sedate
For most serious cases one can additionally address Darkness energy as potentially lethal cease of breath:
Dryness--->Cold (nasopharynx)--->Wind (muscles)--->Darkness (night time)--->Darkness (potentially lethal cease of breath): No tone up
No and Ne tonification