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Title Snoring is No Laughing Matter Topic Sleep Apnea Disorder Specific Purpose To inform my audience about the seriousness of sleep apnea and how you can recognize it as well as treat it Thesis Statement Sleep Apnea of all sleeping disorders is the most likely to cause death but it can be treated if the symptoms are recognized INTRODUCTION Attention material With snoring sounds in background Does this sound familiar Do these sounds keep you up all night Are you a snorer If so you are not alone A National Family Opinion Poll revealed that 90 million people snore - 37 million on a regular basis CNS Yes it can quite a nuisance but it can also be the result of a very serious condition Credibility material My dad used to wake my family up and keep us up all night with his snoring It just seemed to get louder and louder Very annoying because I and Im sure many of you need my sleep The gasps for air between what sounded like growls from a grisly began to worry my mother After seeing a specialist my father was diagnosed with a severe case of sleep apnea Thesis statement Sleep apnea is the most likely of all sleeping disorders to cause death but it can be treated if the symptoms are recognized Greenberg Transition Sleep apnea affects 12 million Americans of various age gender and ethnicity ASAA BODY The word apnea is the Greek word for without air When someone snores there is a partial collapse of the air passage in the throat But in sufferers of sleep apnea there is a complete obstruction to airflow The word apnea is the actual absence of airflow It can last from 10 seconds to 2 minutes One will usually have 300-500 apneas a night CNS Despite the airflow blockage the person still tries to breath but
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