The symptoms you may experience if you suffer from sleep apnea may include:
During the day:
- Concentration and memory problems
- High blood pressure
- Sexual dysfunction
- Breathing pauses
- Hectic sleep
- Getting up frequently to urinate
- Choking Sensation
If you suffer from any of these symptoms, take note and you may be interested in getting tested.
Improve your rest
Getting a good night’s sleep is just as important to your overall health as a balanced diet and regular exercise.
What is your situation in terms of sleep and well-being? Know if you are getting good enough sleep each night and what to do if this is not the case.
Many people have sleep apnea, but they may not know it. It’s important to recognize some of the common symptoms (such as snoring) and know why you may be feeling so tired. The good news is that even though you have sleep apnea, you’re not alone and can do something about it.
If you have trouble breathing while awake or asleep, you may have a more serious respiratory condition that is affecting your lungs. Learn more about the mechanics of breathing and some of the conditions that may be making it hard for you to breathe on your own.