Dreams & Nightmare
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2M ago
By Dr.Manvir Bhatia! Ananya Our mind is constantly working day and night. Although sleep is a state of rest, yet our mind is very active while sleeping. During this time, it creates images, scenarios and stories known as dreams. Dreams are autobiographical episodes that come intertwined with past experiences and form a new memory, one which we can refer to. They are a part of the brain’s network consisting of interconnected regions including thalamus and the medial and posterior part of the cortex. Neurobiology puts forward the activation-synthesis hypothesis for dreams. It states that dreams ..read more
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Heart Rhythm & OSA
Neurology and sleep Centre Blog | Snoring
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11M ago
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is typically characterized by shortness of breath while sleeping. This is due to the narrowed or closed airway so much so that an individual wakes up due to breathlessness. This is the main symptom of OSA along with others like loud snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, frequent awakenings during the night, etc. It is associated with various heart diseases and can increase the severity of existing heart conditions. Association of OSA with Cardiovascular Problems: OSA can have negative effects on blood vessels(arteries, veins, and capillaries) and the heart. It ..read more
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Exercise and Sleep
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by drmanvirbhatia
1y ago
By Dr.Manvir Bhatia, Ananya, March 14th 2023 Sleep is a restorative process for the body. It is a simple phenomenon with numerous processes taking place which include restoration of the nervous, muscular, skeletal, and immune systems, memory consolidation, and clearance of brain metabolites. Despite its importance, sleep deprivation is very common, especially among employed individuals. Sleep medications are available to deal with the same, it is a short-term solution with numerous side effects. Exercise is an umbrella term for a variety of physical activities that can withstand physiological ..read more
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        SLEEP, MENTAL HEALTH, AND HAPPINESS 
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by drmanvirbhatia
1y ago
By Dr.Manvir Bhatia & Ananya Mental health, happiness, and sleep are closely intertwined and have a complex relationship. Sleep deprivation in general makes us feel irritated and exhausted in the short term, but in the long term, it might lead to severe physical and mental health consequences. It might also cause severe psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. In the same way, living with a mental health condition can negatively impact our sleep. Happiness is a psychological state in which a person feels a sense of gratification and pleasure with regard to ..read more
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Measures One Can do to Maintain “Good Brain Health” By Dr.Manvir Bhatia & Ananya
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2y ago
The brain is a vital part of the human body. It is the center that controls and coordinates all the thoughts, memory, emotions, and functions of the body. Keeping it functioning well and protecting it from neurological disorders is important. Health was defined by WHO in the year 1948 as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. To attain this, brain health should be the main priority of people. A healthy brain is defined as the state in which an individual is capable of realizing his own abilities to cope with situations ..read more
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Look out for the signs of Hypersomnia to avoid the impaired quality of life
Neurology and sleep Centre Blog | Snoring
by drmanvirbhatia
2y ago
December 22nd, 2021|| Hypersomnia Hypersomnia is a condition wherein the person either suffers from excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) or spends excessive time sleeping. It is characterized by prolonged nighttime sleep and recurrent episodes of sleepiness during the daytime. The individual suffers from an uncontrolled need to take a nap at inappropriate times such as during work while driving while having a conversation with someone etc. However, even after this nap, they are not relieved from their tiredness. It is seen to affect men more than women. About 4-6% of the population suffers from ..read more
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How will I know if my CPAP is really helping me deal with my Sleep Apnea?
Neurology and sleep Centre Blog | Snoring
by drmanvirbhatia
2y ago
November 25th 2021|| CPAP, Sleep Apnea If you or your loved one suffers from Sleep Apnea, then you must surely have heard your doctor suggest the use of CPAP or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy for it. It is a machine that helps to keep the airway free and without obstruction so that you can breathe normally while you sleep through the night. The benefits of CPAP vary among people. Some people may see the effects of CPAP immediately while others may only see it gradually. So how will you know if your CPAP is really working for you? To know if your CPAP is working or not start obser ..read more
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How will I know if my CPAP is really helping me deal with my Sleep Apnea?
Neurology and sleep Centre Blog | Snoring
by drmanvirbhatia
2y ago
November 25th 2021|| CPAP, Sleep Apnea If you or your loved one suffers from Sleep Apnea, then you must surely have heard your doctor suggest the use of CPAP or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy for it. It is a machine that helps to keep the airway free and without obstruction so that you can breathe normally while you sleep through the night. The benefits of CPAP vary among people. Some people may see the effects of CPAP immediately while others may only see it gradually. So how will you know if your CPAP is really working for you? To know if your CPAP is working or not start obser ..read more
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Increased Eye Problems in People suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Neurology and sleep Centre Blog | Snoring
by drmanvirbhatia
2y ago
Oct 8th, 2021|| Eye Problems, OSA by Dr.Manvir Bhatia & Saunri Introduction The word ‘Apnea’ means cessation of breathing. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common type of sleep apnea, in which the airway becomes narrowed, blocked, or floppy during sleep, thus causing disrupted sleep, loud snoring, and frequent awakening during sleep. The prevalence of OSA is predicted to rise with rising in obesity which is the most common risk factor. While cardiovascular, respiratory, metabolic disorders have been associated with OSA, it is also critical to recognize visual conditions that migh ..read more
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Increased Eye Problems in People suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Neurology and sleep Centre Blog | Snoring
by drmanvirbhatia
2y ago
Oct 8th, 2021|| Eye Problems, OSA by Dr.Manvir Bhatia & Saunri Introduction The word ‘Apnea’ means cessation of breathing. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common type of sleep apnea, in which the airway becomes narrowed, blocked, or floppy during sleep, thus causing disrupted sleep, loud snoring, and frequent awakening during sleep. The prevalence of OSA is predicted to rise with rising in obesity which is the most common risk factor. While cardiovascular, respiratory, metabolic disorders have been associated with OSA, it is also critical to recognize visual conditions that migh ..read more
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