Central hypoventilation syndrome

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Central hypoventilation syndrome is a condition in which an individual experiences reduced or absent breathing during sleep, leading to low oxygen levels and high carbon dioxide levels. This condition can occur due to a range of underlying medical conditions, such as spinal cord injuries, brainstem disorders, or congenital conditions. Central hypoventilation syndrome can be life-threatening if left untreated, and treatment typically involves the use of a breathing machine during sleep.

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