Why You Should Treat Your Sleep Apnea Now
A lot of things can wake you up in the night – a neighbor’s barking dog, a car alarm down the street, a bad dream – everyone has their sleep interrupted from time to time. But what if something woke you up multiple times each hour, every hour, every night? You wouldn’t be getting much rest. You’d probably be pretty tired in the morning, and you’d likely not be so cheerful either. This scenario is a very real problem for the millions of Americans living with sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea, or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), causes a person to stop breathing in the night. This brief cessation of airflow causes the ...