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SleepApneaUSA.net Announced An Alternative Sleep Apnea Solution For Commercial Pilots After NTSB Recommended Mandatory Sleep Apnea Certification For Testing And 'Successful Treatment'
Date:11/4/2009

l conditions and from the labor production losses by sleep apnea resulted sickness and disabilities. Very sadly, millions of Americans already diagnosed with sleep apnea could not tolerate with or benefit from the standard medical treatment by the surgery and CPAP or any oral devices.

It was estimated that more than 95-97% of sleep apnea sufferers were never diagnosed. Even for those patients already diagnosed with sleep apnea, it was reported that only less than 20% of them have good tolerance and compliance with the prescribed gold CPAP therapy, and more than 60% to 80% of patients already diagnosed with sleep apnea have no or poor tolerance with or benefit from the standard medical treatment with CPAP or surgery.

It is now reasonably well-known and established that sleep apnea has been linked to most of the CDC top 10 death-cause medical conditions, such as heart attack, cancer, stroke and diabetes. However, the original or ultimate cause for sleep apnea is not clearly known at all to the scientists and health care practitioners. Dr. Jin Zhou challenges the popular or mainstream theory in etiology for sleep apnea that obstruction or collapse of the upper airway is due to the weakened and enlarged soft palate. As a matter of fact, as Dr. Jin Zhou hypothesized, the clinical reality is the exact opposite or completely different, therefore the current mainstream clinical treatment protocols by surgery and CPAP or oral devices are not expected to ultimately cure sleep apnea but simply to provide for some limited or short-term relief or temporarily cover up the deterioration of sleep apnea development.

In developing the new ZHT (Zhou's Hypoxicology Therapy) treatment of sleep apnea, Dr. Zhou, observed clinically that trachea caudal displacement (TCD) (the windpipe moving downward), resulted from diaphragm malfunction and baroreflex dysfunction, instead of weakened soft appellate as claimed by the mainstream scientists, is the main anatomical
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