Sleep apnea disorder should be taken very seriously, as it can affect other aspects of your everyday health, infiltrating your body on a daily basis. When you find yourself fighting sleep apnea disorder, you are literally fighting for breath. Sleep apnea is defined by the presence of apneas, or pauses in breathing, during sleep. These pauses may range in length of time, but can appear quite frequently during your sleep, often up to 30 times or more an hour.
Sleep Apnea Symptoms
Sleep apnea can often be a stealth sleeping disorder, as the sufferer is often unaware they have even had trouble breathing. Sleep apnea disorder is often only noticed by the loved ones of the patient, as they bear witness to snoring and the noticeable gaps in breath their loved one is experiencing. Sleep apnea symptoms can often go unnoticed as well, as people may just associate general daytime fatigue and tiredness as the result of one poor night’s sleep, rather than several. Sleep apnea symptoms do not stop with just a yawn-filled morning, however. Sleep apnea symptoms can include restless sleep, morning headaches, sore throats after sleeping, forgetfulness, mood changes, and insomnia.
A good night’s sleep does not have to be beyond your reach. Contact Dr. Conditt today to begin sleep apnea therapy – a decision you can sleep well on.
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