Ep. 26, Could Health Problems Be Linked to HOW YOU BREATHE?, Patrick McKeown

Ep. 26, Could Health Problems Be Linked to HOW YOU BREATHE?, Patrick McKeown
20 de may. de 2024 · 1h 4m 46s

The podcast featured a conversation between two speakers, Dr Stacy Becker Ochoa and Patrick McKeown,  discussing the importance of nose breathing over mouth breathing for overall health. The discussion highlighted...

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The podcast featured a conversation between two speakers, Dr Stacy Becker Ochoa and Patrick McKeown,  discussing the importance of nose breathing over mouth breathing for overall health. The discussion highlighted how breathing affects various aspects of health, including respiration, sleep, mental health, and dental health.
The speakers emphasized the need for awareness and conversations about breathing, especially in the context of obstructive sleep apnea in children. They also touched upon the impact of mouth breathing on sleep quality and the potential link to central sleep apnea. The importance of breathing exercises, particularly for children, was also emphasized.
 The conversation provided insights into the significance of proper breathing techniques for overall well-being. The podcast took place in a casual setting, with one speaker sharing their daily routine and personality traits. Overall, the discussion shed light on the often overlooked topic of breathing and its profound impact on health.

This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: ASAP Pathway

Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation.

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CHAPTERS:

00:03 - Breathing awareness importance conversation 
19:51 - Children sleep apnea factors 
28:31 - Sleep arousal breathing patterns 
38:30 - Central apnea mouth breathing connection 
52:10 - Child breathing exercises benefits 


Learnings:
Why is nose breathing important and why is mouth breathing considered bad?
Nose breathing is important because it affects major functions like respiration, sleep, mental health, and dental health. Mouth breathing can lead to dry mouth, increased risk of snoring, obstructive sleep apnea, impact on concentration, focus, and stress levels.

What are some of the factors that can drive faster breathing during sleep?
Factors like room temperature, air quality, and underlying breathing patterns can drive faster breathing during sleep. Additionally, stoppage of breathing followed by exaggerated hyperventilation upon resuming breathing can lead to arousal during sleep.

How can mouth breathing impact sleep apnea and what are some challenges in treating it?
Mouth breathing can lead to sleep fragmentation and other issues in sleep apnea patients. High loop gain individuals may not respond well to mandibular advancement devices or surgery. Additionally, mouth breathing can sometimes lead to central sleep apnea, posing challenges in treatment.

Why is it important to have conversations about breathing, especially with children?
Having conversations about breathing is crucial as it can impact various aspects of health, including sleep, mental health, and overall well-being. Teaching children proper breathing techniques can help them avoid issues like mouth breathing and sleep disorders.

What are some simple exercises that can help children improve their breathing?
There are simple breathing exercises that children can do to improve their breathing, such as breathing in and out through the nose. These exercises can be beneficial for children's overall health and well-being.

This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: ASAP Pathway

Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation.

Because Kids Can't Wait...

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