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The Major Reasons Why People Die In Their Sleep, Take Note

Sleeping death is worldwide. Our religious background makes us blame supernatural forces for sleep-related deaths.

42 million Americans have sleep apnea, a leading cause of sleep-related deaths. One business has created a neck-worn emergency button. Vesta tracks sleep heart rate. Vesta will notify users, loved ones, and 911 of extreme abnormalities. Bryan Lorden created Vesta after losing a friend to sleep apnea.

This study examines sleep-related deaths. Read this article to find out.

This essay discusses three sleep-related deaths:

cardiac disorders, which might cause sudden death awake or asleep. Arrhythmias kill most sleepers. Abnormal cardiac rhythms can kill by shaking the heart instead of pumping blood. Untreated cardiac conditions increased sleep-related mortality risk. Treat heart disease now to prevent sleep-related mortality.

Stroke: Another sleep-related killer. Stroke disrupts brain oxygen transport, making sleep harder. Brain aneurysms and severe strokes can kill sleepers. Strokes happen all the time.

Sleeping epileptics can kill. Sleeping epileptics die.

Carbon monoxide poisoning can cause sleep-related fatalities. Sleeping in generator or fuel smoke kills. To avoid smoke, turn off generators before bed.


Sleeping arrhythmias can kill. Atrial fibrillation can impair heart function. Ventricular tachycardia can be deadly. Electrical cardiac blockages can cause heart failure and death.

Respiratory Arrest

Chronic diseases that deteriorate over time can eventually lead to respiratory failure. Alterations in the neurological or muscular systems, such as those caused by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or myasthenia gravis, are another possible cause. The failure to breathe regularly while sleeping is the defining characteristic of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

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