The opening of the Spanish scientists shocking: because the night snoring, a person may develop cancer. This conclusion has led a five-year study, which involved five thousand patients.
City hospital, Seville - HоspitaldeVаlme for the last five years has become a place of reception for 5 thousand different age patients. Their treatment consisted of complaints about frequent stops breathing during the night sleep and arising in connection with this snoring. All patients were diagnosed with obstructive apnea during sleep (breathing during sleep often stops with greater duration of each subsequent episode compared to the previous). By the time of treatment in the clinic all patients did not reveal any cancer.
In the study, researchers found that the frequency of diagnosis in patients cancer depended on how strongly manifested symptoms of apnea. Thus, it became known about the direct relation of malignant tumors and snoring during sleep.
Statement by Spanish scientists has proved a shock to the public: increased cancer risk is due to seemingly harmless snoring, which often becomes the subject of mocking. According to the researchers, is present in a person's obstructive sleep apnea is the cause of the increased risk of developing various cancers three times in comparison with patients not vyskakivavshie complaints about stop breathing during the night sleep.
In addition, according to scientists, there is a relationship of cancer with apnea installed only in men under the age of 65 years.
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According to the authors of the study, it is possible that the main factor in the development of cancer is oxygen starvation of cells in the body caused by hypoxia, often growing with frequent stops breathing.