Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

If you are suffering from cardiopulmonary problems, severe rhinitis, obesity, irregular thyroid gland excretion or having short chin and large tonsil (more common for children), be cautious and check whether you have symptoms of sleep apnea.


Symptoms of Sleep Apnea


  • Loud constant snoring or cessation of breath during sleep

  • Excessive daytime fatigue

  • Morning headaches

  • Difficult to concentrate

  • Deteriorated memory

  • Reduced libido

  • High blood pressure

  • A dry mouth upon awakening

  • Frequent nocturnal urination (nocturia)

What are its consequences?

Sleep Apnea increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, leading to heart failure, heart attack and stroke. For individuals whose age are above 60, they may suffer from hypertension as well. Besides, sufferers of severe sleep apnea are two to three times more likely to be involved in auto accidents than the general population, mainly due to falling asleep while driving.

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