When it comes to diagnosing sleep apnea, we often look for symptoms like snoring, consistent dry or sore throat in the morning, and waking up gasping for air. Read our blog post to learn about other less obvious symptoms of sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is not just a bother, it’s a serious condition. Sleep apnea can cause severe, even life-threatening, consequences. Read our blog post to learn how sleep apnea is diagnosed, and more about the issue.
Sleep apnea causes a number of inconveniences and can heighten your risk of certain serious medical problems. Check out our blog post for the most common sleep apnea risk factors.
There are many ways that untreated sleep apnea can damage your health, but can it be fatal? Read our blog post for some answers.
Sleep apnea isn’t something that should be ignored. This sleep disorder can lead to long-term negative consequences for someone’s health. Read our blog post for a look at the different ways to treat sleep apnea.
The word “apnea” is defined as a temporary cessation of breathing. Sleep apnea means that breathing stops temporarily during sleep. Read our blog post for a look at the common symptoms of sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a debilitating sleep disorder that can cause exhaustion, headaches, and lead to long-term health complications like stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, and more. Check out our blog post where we take a close look at obstructive sleep apnea along with a treatment option that we offer at our office.
Do you continually wake up feeling tired and worn down, or suffer from pounding migraines throughout the day? These are common symptoms of sleep apnea, a disorder that not only impacts your sleep patterns, but your overall health too. Read our blog post where we look at the symptoms and consequences of sleep apnea along with treatment options.