Central apnea in the city of Leeds, is starting to be recognised by dentists, as well as doctors now, as a life threatening problem. When we are awake, our breathing, blood flow and breathing are regulated by our lungs and heart, but if there is a problem, maybe sparked off by a nervous response, we can address the problem because we are conscious. Real problems can occur however, when we sleep, and the transition when we wake. Central apnea stems from the nervous system and any problems here can interrupt breathing and heart rate. We are at the mercy of these elements when we sleep because we are not conscious to cope with any problems should they arise. Any breakdown between the heart, lungs and brain can send panic through the nervous system and cause all four to falter. This is also a major problem for anyone with heart disease or neurological problems as the whole system is vulnerable. A way of ensuring that one of these elements is up and running is to ensure all the airwaves are free, and this can be remedied by getting a device from a dentist that allows you to breathe and reduce snoring. This will at least allow the rest of your breathing cycles and heart rate remain constant while you sleep.