Sleep-Related Hypoventilations

Resources for Patients and Caregivers

Sleep-related hypoventilation describes breathing that is too slow or shallow during sleep. The first signs of hypoventilation typically occur during sleep because when we’re awake, our brain can play a more active role5 in regulating our breathing.

 

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Wiki Number: 42-Sleep-Related Hypoventilations
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