Posted by Ted (220.127.116.11) on July 07, 2000 at 15:09:39:
In Reply to: Why posted by Bob P on July 07, 2000 at 14:43:50:
on the same level as alcohol that only triggers during a cycle. According to what I've read, sleep apnea lowers our oxegyn saturation level. So, while in a cycle it may trigger the attack and out of the cycle it has no bearing on it. I don't think that the study suggested that SA is the primary cause of CHs. Just that 80% of sufferers also have sleep apnea. And coupled with the oxegyn saturation levels, they saw a tie in. That's why I wanted to see the original article. To read more about what they had to say about it.
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