The discourse will also explore the treatments and research associated with the disease. Historical Evidence Javaheri, Caref, Chen, Tong, and Abraham (2011) define sleep apnea as a condition characterized by repeated breathing stops in the snoring process. The episode usually occurs as many as 30 times in an hour. Sleep apnea affects one in every five adults. Currently, an estimate... ... middle of paper ... ...ngs published by the Canadian Medical Association researchers noted about 20% increases in pneumonia cases among patients with sleep apnea as noted by Jilek et al.
There is exploratory confirmation to recommend that life can proceed after death, according to the biggest medical study carried out on the subject. A group located in the UK has done a lot of investigating in the last four years heart failure patients to found out what kind of life-after-death encounters
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Though, the news of the recent disease diagnosis haunt every individual and his nears and dears but due to several support groups and societies and several scientific breakthroughs have put a ray of hope in the life of individual living with Parkinson's disease. 2. History The disease was commonly called as shaking palsy. In the year 1817, it was Dr. James Parkinson wh... ... middle of paper ... .... Rest tremor is usually unilateral starting from hand and foot and the movement of the fingers and thumb is usually described as pill rolling action. As the disease progresses, the tremors spread to all the four limbs.
The following is the day in the life of a migraine sufferer: myself. I believe that the most appropriate place to begin is a brief look into my medical background. Since the age of ten I have constantly been struck with migraines, occurring more and more frequently as I age. Migraines can strike children as well as adults, however; typically the migraines become less frequent after early adulthood(3).Ninety percent of migraine sufferers also report having a family history of migraines, suggesting a genetic link(5).I, for example, know that both my father and grandmother to this day frequently have migraines and have since a very young age. Furthermore, even though I typically have at least one debilitating migraine per week, I am otherwise in perfect health.
20 July 2011. http://220.127.116.11:2059/ps/i.do?&id=GALE%7CH1420037683&v=2.1&u=txshracd2561&it=r&p=LitRC&sw=w ProQuest Biographies. Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. ProQuest, 2006. Web. 24 July 2011. http://18.104.22.168:2090/critRef/displayItemById.do?QueryType=reference&forAuthor=1407&BackTo=Author%20Page&ItemID=bio1407%20pqllit_ref_lib Reiff, Raychel Haugrud.