Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

The first sign of sleep apnea, and also the most common, is usually perceived by your partner or relatives: snoring.

You may also be told that when you sleep you make sounds as if you are panting or choking and that you have a restless sleep.

The most common symptoms you may notice are:

Permanent tiredness

Low ability to concentrate

Morning headaches

Apathy, depression

Night sweats

Weight gain

Lack of energy

Memory loss

Sexual dysfunction

Frequent urges to urinate during the night