Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Do you snore? Learn more about the relationship between Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Snoring Can Signal Sleep Apnea
The jokes and pranks are endless but when you snore it is no laughing matter. Snoring is much more than the loud, disruptive noises made while you sleep. The scary truth is that long, consistent snoring could be evidence that you have a potentially life-threatening condition. Many who suffer from habitual snoring have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
If you think you’re the only one who snores, think again. It is estimated that 30 to 50% of all adults snore at one time or another in their life. And yet it is a known statistic that 80% of all sleep apnea cases are undiagnosed.
If snoring wakes you up from a sound sleep in the middle of the night and leaves you feeling fatigued throughout the following day, you might have undiagnosed OSA. If left untreated, you are leaving yourself open to the following risks:
Whether moderate or severe, OSA can be treated and your snoring can stop. Learn more about your sleep apnea treatment options and how you can fully achieve restful and restorative sleep.
If you have been wondering whether or not your snoring is in an indication of sleep apnea, contact one of our medical concierges today at 1-855-863-4537 or schedule a free consultation when it’s convenient for you.