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Posted by Ted ( on January 28, 2001 at 23:57:20:

In Reply to: sleep apnia posted by jstone on January 28, 2001 at 23:45:00:

would be that the results would be the same. Remember, I'm the one who believes there is very likely a connection between the two. But the only connection I see being there is that SA would trigger some of our sleep attacks. It's highly unlikely that SA causes CH. And it's even higherly (for those of you asking, it's a word now) unlikely that CH causes SA. There might even be more to it then just a triggering factor, seeing the relationship to REM sleep (it doesn't always happen then but more often then not it does) and the low blood oxygen saturation-level that occurs with both conditions. Not to mention the percentage of clusterheads with SA. But I'm quite certain that if you don't have sleep apnea out of cycle that you'd have it in a cycle.

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