Disease ⇒ Obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome {40000400}

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Obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome


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  • [1.1] [#Fecal Microbiota Transplantation
    - IH-FMT mice exhibited increased aBP and TMAO levels, and impairments in aortic and coronary artery function that were abrogated by #Probiotic administration.
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    - Intermittent hypoxia associated with obstructive #Sleep apnea (OSA) is associated with Gut Microbiota composition and diversity changes.
  • [1.3] [#Hypertension
    - the OSA-related hypoxia parameters were associated with the relative abundance of 128 gut bacterial species, including higher abundance of #Blautia obeum and #Collinsella aerofaciens. - #Collinsella aerofaciens was also independently associated with increased systolic BP.
  • - OSA-related hypoxia, but not the number of apneas/hypopneas, is associated with specific gut microbiota species and functions. - the cumulative time in hypoxia during sleep was associated with the abundance of genes involved in nine gut microbiota metabolic pathways, including #Propionate production from #Lactate.
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    - OSAS patients presented higher #Melatonin levels in the afternoon than control subjects who did not snore. - The #Melatonin secretion pattern in OSAS patients shows values in a plateau without the nocturnal peak found in healthy control subjects.
  • [1.5] [#CVD, #Diabetes Type 2
    - people with DM who developed OSA were at a greater risk of developing CVDs by over 50%
  • [#CVD, #Diabetes Type 2] - OSA is associated with repetitive episodes of hypoxia–reoxygenation, triggering a cascade of metabolic and inflammatory changes that exacerbate pre-existing metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors in diabetes. - OSA is linked with impaired #Glucose metabolism and increased insulin resistance, leading to further inflammation, endothelial dysfunction, and the development of atherosclerosis and CVDs. - Individuals with diabetes who developed OSA face a greater risk of peripheral neuropathy (PN), AF, diabetic foot disease (DFD), CKD, and all-cause mortality when compared with diabetics without OSA.
  • - OSA activates therenin–angiotensin–aldosterone system (RAAS) system, leading to an increase in BP and causing volume overload, contributing to the development of #Hypertension and CVDs. - OSA is associated with increased sympathetic nervous system activity, which can further exacerbate #Hypertension and #CVD risk in diabetes. - Sympathetic activation can increase heart rate and vasoconstriction, leading to arrhythmias.

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