North Houston Sleep Center conducts In-Lab Sleep Studies, Home Sleep Tests along with Routine and Ambulatory EEGs Obstructive Sleep Apnea is fairly common, but very serious condition. When a person with this syndrome falls asleep, the airway collapses and disrupts normal breathing patterns. During this time, the person's oxygen saturation may fall below normal levels, which in turn sends a trigger to the brain to wake up. In order to wake the person up, a surge of adrenaline is rushed to the heart, causing it to speed up. Medical conditions include: Hypertension Congestive Heart Failure Heart Attack Stroke Depression Diabetes North Houston Sleep Center has a 4 Star Hotel style setup. PatientSuggest edits
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