Do you have Sleep Apnea?
Most people who have Sleep Apnea have not been diagnosed yet!
Major Signs & Symptoms
- Loud, Chronic Snoring
- Choking, snorting or gasping during sleep
- Long Pauses in breathing
- Daytime sleepiness, no matter how much time you spend in bed
Facts About Snoring
- 87 million Americans Snore
- 47 million are suffering from a Sleep Breathing Disorder
- 40 million are sufferers of Sleep Apnea and only 10% have been treated!
Sleep Apnea Surveys
When is it time to talk to your Doctor about Sleep Apnea?
Consult а medical professional іf уоu experience, оr іf уоur partner notices, any of thе following:
You snore loud enough where you are disturbing the sleep of others or even waking yourself up. You experience shortness of breath that often times wakes you up from your sleep. You experience intermittent pauses іn breathing during sleep. During the day do you experience drowsiness. Do you sometimes fall alseep at work, while watching television or even driving.
Snoring is often times not viewed as something that may be potentially serious and snoring is not the only indicator of sleep apnea. But, it is very important to talk with your doctor if you feel that your snoring is excessively loud and is punctuated by more-than-normal periods оf silence.
If you feel at all that you just aren’t getting enough sleep, even though the hours you spend asleep should be enough, make sure you consult your doctor. Irritability and sleepiness during the day could pose a serious health risk. Hypersomnia, or excessive daytime drowsiness may not be due to sleep apnea at all, and may be caused by a different disorder, like narcolepsy.