Do you snore heavily when sleeping? Are you constantly fatigued throughout the day?

Has your partner mentioned your inconsistent sleeping patterns? If you answered yes to these questions, it may be an indicator you suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a sleep-related disorder characterized by when a person stops and starts breathing at irregular intervals throughout the night. The time lapse between these intervals can vary from a few seconds to a minute or longer, which makes it dangerous for the person who is suffering. Although sleep apnea requires a medical diagnosis, there are factors that may make you more vulnerable to the disorder, such as:

  • Risk of sleep apnea is more common in people who are overweight.
  • Men are more prone to sleep apnea than women.
  • Sleep apnea affects individuals who are 41-60+ years of age the most.1
  • Common symptoms include snoring and restless sleep or fatigue (due to sleep disruption).
  • A family history of sleep apnea.

https://www.sleepapnea.org/learn/sleep-apnea/

If you present symptoms of sleep apnea, take the free, online sleep screening. 22 million Americans suffer from the condition; although a majority of sufferers with moderate to severe sleep apnea go undiagnosed. After submitting your screening, a sleep specialist will review your results and present an official sleep apnea diagnosis for you.

Start the Path to Better Sleep

The online questionnaire is a good first step to take if you think you might have sleep apnea or your partner has witnessed signs of it (gasping for breath or loud consistent snoring) while you sleep. Since you are unable to see it as it’s happening, the need to seek treatment may not seem as urgent. But when your sleep is obstructed to a point you cannot breathe and it’s affecting your health, it’s time to get screened and tested, so you can start to build a plan for better sleep.

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You may be at risk for Sleep Apnea

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