Sleep apnea can affect anyone, including children. If you have been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, we have the solution.
WHAT IS SLEEP APNEA
Sleep apnea or Nocturnal Apnea is the suspension of breathing during sleep. These episodes of apnea (from the Greek ápnoia, lack of breathing) can last a few seconds, after which normal breathing is resumed, and occur several times during sleep.
Most of the time they are not enough to wake the person up, but there is a change in the sleep pattern, going from deep sleep to a more shallow sleep.
The manifestations of the disease include snoring (with breathing pauses, apneas) and since sleep is not restful, typical manifestations are a feeling of "bad night" upon waking up, as well as fatigue and daytime sleepiness.
What are the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea?
A common sign of obstructive sleep apnea is snoring. However, there are other signs of sleep apnea, including:
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