Expert Interview: Psychology of Sleep Apnea

In this Expert Interview program, Ms. Lisa Brateman will talk to us about the psychology of obstructive sleep apnea. This is an important topic that affects not only those of you with sleep apnea, but also your loved ones, your friends, and family members.

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Expert Interview: Psychology of Sleep Apnea

  1. I would like to know about the analysis of case studies, and the present and future of diagnosis and treatment. The role of apnea and hypoxemia on the physical structure of the brain with neuron apoptosis – Sleep Apnea Dementia with diffuse damage (vice Vascular Dementia with loci damage). Please include in your interview Axis I and Axis II disorders (Clinical – depression, anxiety, bi-polar, schizophrenia, cognition and memory; Personality – ASD, ADD/ADHD, Aspergers; and Social) affecting the community.

    May I also inquire about how the Big Three, Drs. Kryger, Roth and Dement (And the Fourth Big M.D. on the stone of Mt. Sleepmore, Dr. Park, are being instrumental in the implementation of identifying and treating patients with neural damage due to Sleep Apnea.

    Thank you,
    Chris

  2. If you awakened energetic, refreshed and well rested a few days in a row, would you fell anxious, depressed? If not, perhaps you are just exhausted. Perhaps, when the medical community stops isolating the oral structures fro the rest of the body and takes responsibility for dealing with a unified, coordinated system, with functional priorities constantly driving it, it will be accountable for knowing this and how the body works, in reality and scientifically.
    At this time it does not even account for the round-the-clock anatomical issues the body copes with to maintain life which includes, what we call OSA while asleep and ignore while awake. The “coping with” appears to ultimately show up in symptoms, disease, dysfunction, etc. somewhere, along the chain reaction or this!
    Addressing the entire chain is scientific! When will this be addressed, Dr. Park?