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Apnea, apnoea, or apn a (, from -, privative, , to breathe) is a term for suspension of external respiration (physi...
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Simply sleep in an apnea tent. No extra work, all the extra...
| forum.bodybuilding.com
" Simply sleep in an apnea tent. No extra work, all ...all seriousness, some basic dry apnea training will... "

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to increase your RBC count. Static apnea doesn't do much...
| forums.deeperblue.com
" Add more DYN training to increase your RBC count. Static apnea doesn't do much for your body in that regard. No WU is the thing these days but... "

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of some cases where apnea may cause an increase in red...
| www.apneasupport.org
" ...heard of some cases where apnea may cause an increase in red blood cell count because of the hypoxia. The ...donating blood because the increased red blood cell count is due to a normal... "

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Your red blood cell count could also be elevated from sleep...
| forums.steroid.com
" Your red blood cell count could also be elevated from sleep apnea (stopping breathing ...your off of AS, the apnea may subside, and your red blood cell count will lower. Not a big... "

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Red Blood Cell CountI ordered a 43 day HCG kit from Bob, b...
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" High Red Blood Cell Count I ordered a 43 day ...it. I was recently diagnosed with sleep apnea. Part of the apnea is that I have a very high red blood cell count (thick blood) which places me ...might... "

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o live with Apnea, and these \"adjustments\" are no l...
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" ...some adjusts to live with Apnea, and these \"adjustments\" are no ...longer in place. For instance, my red blood cell count was elevated prior to diagnosis,... "

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SA the red blood cell count is elevated. This is called p...
| www.sleepnet.com
" ...some patients with OSA the red blood cell count is elevated. This is called ...trying to compensate for lower oxygen saturations with the apneas. If you have more red cells, they can pick... "

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t that I stop breathing every 5 minutes in my sleep. Yo...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...a sleep study. I have severe fatigue and It tirns out that I stop breathing every 5 minutes in my sleep. You wouldnt know unless you have a sleep study. Maybe get checked for lyme disease. Do you... "

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red blood cell count (RBC), high hemocrit, high RDW...esp...
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" ...for a sleep study: high red blood cell count (RBC), high hemocrit, high RDW...esp ...the only normal explanation for all being high. Untreated apnea with its nightly oxygen deprivation causes the blood to... "

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that can contribute to apnea by closing off the throat when...
| www.healthboards.com
" ...to the swollen tonsils, as that can contribute to apnea by closing off the throat when you sleep. Sleep ...and your higher than usual red blood cell count. Your Dr can order the... "

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