Friday, 2 June 2017


A migraine is an extremely painful headache that can be accompanied or preceded by sensory warning signs such as blind spots, flashes of light, nausea, tingling in the legs and arms, vomiting, or increased sensitivity to sound and light. TMJ disorder treatment in Kerala provides medication for the Migraine.


  • Allergies and allergic reactions
  • Physical or emotional stress, anxiety, tension, excitement, depression
  • Physical triggers such as jet leg, tiredness, exercise
  • Smoking or exposure to smoke
  • Skipping meal of frequent fasting
  • Alcohol
  • Hormonal triggers such as birth control pills, menstrual cycle
  • Tension
  • Tyramine containing food


  • Severe, pulsing, throbbing pain
  • Pain increased during physical activity
  • Moderate to severe pain
  • Sick feeling
  • Stomach ache
  • Diarrhea
  • Sweating or temperature changes

The doctor may prescribe some tests to the diagnosis of migraines such as 
  • Computed tomography (CT)
  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) 
  • Spinal tap

Migraines are difficult to diagnose and sometimes cause problems

  • Bleeding in the skull
  • Blood clotting
  • Stroke
  • Dilated blood vessels in the brain
  • Inflammation
  • Tumor

Mostly, Migraine recovers with the self-care, medications and treatments but if it is not recovered that it may be a sign of medical problem and consult with is doctor is must. 

The doctors in the Healthy sleep clinic are best migraine doctor in Kannur. Migraine therapy in India is popular all across the world and is well known  for fast and effective relief from migraine. The Healthy sleep clinic is committed to provide a best treatment for the migraine. Their treatment provides a complete satisfaction and relief without any problem or side effects.
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Monday, 8 May 2017

Do You Know What Happens During Sleep??

Sleep is the time when our body and mind are at rest. Various physiological changes occur in our body during sleep. When we are awake the physiological factors of our body like temperature, blood pressure, oxygen level, glucose content and so on are at optimal levels to facilitate smooth body functioning. However, when sleeping, the level of these are reduced due to the lowering of functional demands.

Assessment Of Physiological Changes During Sleep

Many of the physiological variables like heart rate are irregular in our conscious state. These are slowed down and regularised during sleep. The status of various physiological changes occurring during sleep are as follows: -

Brain Activity

Studies on brain activity during sleep has been going on for quite some years. They have shown that the brain remains active throughout the sleeping hours. In fact, the rate of neuron activity is higher in REM state, stage of sleep associated with dreaming, than during the wake stage. The pattern of neuron activity might be the reason for the intensity associated with dreaming process.

Body Temperature

The temperature of our body is maintained at a certain level during the conscious state with functions such as sweating, changing blood flow, shivering and so on. This procedure of controlling temperature fluctuations is known as thermoregulation. During sleep our body temperature is known to reduce by about two Fahrenheit.

Breath Changes

Breathing during sleep is known to be regularised and slower than during the wakeful hour, when breathing patterns are affected by activity, emotions or stress.

Cardiovascular Activity

The cardiovascular activity varies during sleep and conscious hours. It varies during the different stages of sleep as well. The rate of cardiovascular activity is greater during REM stage of sleep.

Physiological Activity

Physiological activities like urine production are known to decrease during sleep. However, the rate of some activities contributing to growth like production of growth hormone, cell repair and the sort are known to increase during sleep.
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Friday, 10 February 2017

What to Do When You Can't Sleep

Sleep Disorders are a group of conditions which affect the ability to sleep well on a regular basis. Most people occasionally experience sleeping problems mainly due to stress, hectic schedules, lifestyle changes and other outside influences. When these issues begin to occur on a regular basis and interfere with daily life, they indicate a sleeping disorder.
  • Difficulty in falling asleep.
  • Fatigue during the daytime
  • Strong urge to take naps during the day
  • Irritability and anxiety
  • Lack of concentration
  • Depression
Allergies and Respiratory Problems- Allergies, cold and upper respiratory infections can make it challenging to breathe at night. The inabilities to breathe through the nose can lead sleeping difficulties.
Nocturia- It is the frequent urination which may disrupt the sleep by causing you to wake up during the night. Hormonal imbalances and diseases of the urinary tract may contribute to the development of this condition
Chronic Pain- Constant pain can make it difficult to fall asleep. It might even wake you up after you fall asleep. Some of the most common causes of chronic pain are arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease and continuous lower back pain.
Stress and Anxiety- It often has a negative impact on sleep quality.
Insomnia- It refers to the inability to fall asleep or to remain asleep.
Sleep Apnea- It is caused due to pauses in breathing during the sleep.
Parasomnias- It is a class of sleep disorders which cause abnormal movements and behaviors like sleepwalking, sleeps talking, groaning, nightmares and bedwetting during sleep.
Restless Leg Syndrome- It is an overwhelming need to move the legs.

Narcolepsy- It is caused due to the sudden sleep attacks that occur during the day. 
The treatment for sleeping disorders generally includes a combination of medical treatments and lifestyle changes.
Medical treatment for sleep disturbances will include any of the following:
  • Right dosage of sleeping pills
  • Melatonin supplements
  • Medication for allergy and cold
  • Medications for any underlying health issues   
Lifestyle adjustments can greatly improve the quality of sleep. Some of the lifestyles which can be considered is:
  • Incorporating more vegetables and fish into the diet and reducing sugar intake
  • Reducing stress and anxiety by exercising
  • Creating and following a regular sleeping schedule
  • Drinking less amount water before bedtime  
  • Decreasing tobacco and alcohol use
Dr. Krishnan, Director of The Healthy Sleep™ – Advanced Center for Snoring, Sleep Apnea, and Migraine Therapy provides the best Treatment for Sleep Disorder in Kerala with the help of a dedicated team.
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Thursday, 19 January 2017

Are You Tired of Getting A Poor Night's Sleep

One of the most common problems faced by people during sleeping is Snoring. It may affect our day to day life negatively. It also affects the quality of sleep by spending energy on sleeping when one is supposed to save energy. Snoring is a type of sound produced due to obstructed breathing while sleeping in which the soft tissues behind the throat loses its muscle tone and starts to vibrate while breathing.

Generally, snoring is due to vibration of the soft palate. Air passes through airways results in lung strain to get required oxygen. The major factors which cause this obstructed breathing could be the posture of sleep, overweight, alcohol consumption, uses of antihistamines or sleeping pills, facial skeletal anomalies, enlarged tonsils or smoking.
Some people believe that apart from the disturbance that is caused by snoring, there is no other problem. But snoring could be an indication of a breathing problem or a problem related to the air tube or the passing way of the breathing air. Hence, snoring needs to be thought of as a timely indicator of some sort, which might be a precursor to some serious health issue.
Usually, the treatments for snoring are limited to customizing and using dental or oral appliances. Oral Appliance Therapy is suggested as the easiest and the most suitable corrective measure for snoring. But in certain cases, where snoring happens due to defect by birth with the facial skeletal system or due to some accident that has changed the course of the face, surgical methods also may be suggested.

The Healthy Sleep – Advanced Center for Snoring, Sleep Apnea and Migraine Therapy. We are the first and front runner in providing Oral appliance for Snoring and Sleep Apnea at the affordable cost.

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Saturday, 31 December 2016

Does Snoring Wakes You All Night ?

Oral Appliance Therapy is recommended for patients who are diagnosed with sleep disorders like Snoring, Sleep Apnoea etc,

Just as all other oral related topics, even Oral Appliance Therapy can be prescribed by your dentist, who is trained in Sleep Medicine. A custom fitted oral device particular to your needs is can be used to resolve all sleep disorders.

There are several over-the-counter options available, but not recommended. Over-the-counter devices are usually appealing because they are cheap. However, since the quality is compromised, the situation could further worsen and create complications for the patient.

The most common oral device used for therapy is the Anti-snoring Device. This device is easily available on websites and pharmacies. Many patients just buy it and use it without proper prescription; as a result they rarely see any improvement in their conditions. What people do not realise is that the usage of these devices should be supported with proper medical solutions. Only a dentist, who is trained in Sleep medicine, can explain a detailed usage of the oral device followed by certain restrictions and lifestyle changes. Only, he is capable of doing so because he has observed and analysed your particular situation.

Many patients are unaware of the fact that, the oral devices can be customised as per the condition of the patients. Hence, it can be very comfortable for the patients to use it on a daily basis. Snoring and Mild Sleep Apnoea can now be successfully treated with the usage of these new age Dental Sleep Appliances.

Dr. Krishnan A. Subramanian is the director of  The Healthy Sleep, an Advanced Centre for Snoring, Sleep Apnoea, and Migraine Therapy. Over the years, Dr. Krishnan A. Subramanian has successfully cured several paediatric sleep disordered breathing cases.

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Saturday, 26 November 2016

Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing Treatment

Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) is a term used for children who frequently let out a loud snoring, gasping, snorting, and thrashing sound in bed or unexplained bedwetting. Behavioral symptoms can include changes in mood, misbehavior, and poor school performance.  Not every child with academic or behavioral issues will have SDB, but if a child snores loudly on a daily basis and is experiencing mood, behavioral, or school performance problems, sleep disordered breathing should be tested for. If you note that your child has any of those symptoms, have them checked by an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist).  Sometimes, physicians diagnose sleep disordered breathing based on history and physical examination. 

When a child's breathing is disrupted during sleep, the body perceives this as a choking phenomenon. The heart rate drops, blood pressure rises, the brain is aroused, and sleep gets disrupted. Oxygen levels in blood can also drop.

Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing- Causes and Symptoms

A common physical cause of pediatric sleep disordered breathing is enlarged tonsils and adenoids. Obese children are at an increased risk as fat deposits around the neck and throat can narrow the airway. Children with abnormalities involving the lower jaw or tongue or neuromuscular deficits such as cerebral palsy have a higher risk of developing sleep disordered breathing.

The most obvious symptom of sleep disordered breathing in children is loud decibals of snoring on a regular basis. Sometimes kids can be seen breathing through the mouth, walking restlessly, bed wetting, excessive sleeping during the day, weight loss or being under weight. When such cases persist,immediate consultation with  doctors for Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing, is necessary.

Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing- Diagnosis

Physicians make a diagnosis based on history and physical examination. In other cases, such as in children suspected of having severe OSA due to craniofacial syndromes, morbid obesity, or neuromuscular disorders or for children less than three years of age, additional testing such as a sleep test may be recommended. In this test, wires are attached to the head and body to monitor brain waves, muscle tension, eye movement, breathing, oxygen levels in the blood. The test is not painful and is generally performed in a sleep laboratory or a hospital.

Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing- Treatment

Since enlarged tonsils and adenoids are a common cause for SDB, it's surgical removal is generally considered the first line of treatment.  Many children with SDP show both short and long- term improvement in their sleep and behavior after This kind of surgery.

However, if the symptoms are mild or intermittent, academic performance and behavior is not an issue, the tonsils are small, or the child is nearing puberty (tonsils and adenoids often shrink at puberty), it may be recommended that the child with SDB be watched conservatively and treated surgically, only if symptoms worsen.

There are other alternative treatments like Oral Appliance Therapy, DNA Appliance Therapy, and Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). However, these can be prescribed only by an expert specialist. One such leading doctor in India is Dr. Krishnan A. Subramanian.

Dr. Krishnan A. Subramanian is the director of 'The Healthy Sleep', an Advanced Center for Snoring, Sleep Apnea, and Migraine Therapy. Over the years, Dr. Krishnan A. Subramanian, has successfully cured several cases of Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing in Kerala.
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Thursday, 11 August 2016

Treatment For Sleep Apnea In Kannur

Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that may affect your breathing while you are asleep. You may have a sudden break and start in your breathe, unsettling your normal rhythm of breathing.

Treatment for sleep apnea In Kannur,Kerala

Often, sleep apnea  is left undiagnosed. It is hardly possible for an individual to himself diagnose the disorder, as it occurs during his sleep. Even doctors fails to detect this condition at his office during the routine visit of the patient. Only a family member or a bed partner can diagnose the disorder of a patient suffering from sleep apnea.
Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea. Even though this is more common in people with obesity or overweight, this can affect anyone. This is also found in children who suffer from an enlarged tonsil tissues in throat.
Central sleep apnea is a very less common type of sleep apnea, which is caused due to some failure in central nervous system where brain wane to send signal to the muscles controlling sleep.
Complex sleep apnea is a combination type of both obstructive as well as central sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea can give you an unfresh or tired morning even if you had a full night sleep. This is a consequence arrived as you spend only a little time in deep sleep and the rest of the time for light sleep. The disorder can even cause you other health issues like, diabetes, high blood pressure, weight gain, stroke and heart disease. Therefore, a sleep apnea if left untreated can put you in more and more troubles of diseased health. So consulting a doctor as soon as you diagnose the disorder, is vitally a requirement.
Getting the right treatment at right time will help you control the symptoms of sleep disorder, bring back your sleep on track and thereby enjoy a refreshed moming everyday.

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