Not everyone who snores has Sleep Apnea, but almost everyone with Sleep Apnea snores. Snoring, along with Excessive Sleepiness and Fatigue,are the main symptoms of Sleep apnea, one of the most common sleep disorders ailing the urban population today. So if you thought snoring was a sign of good sleep, think again.
It is important to address the treatment for sleep apnea the right way, in order to lead a healthy, happy life. We, at sleep solutions are committed to bring about a positive change in the population's health and well-being through reliable sleep awareness.
As your trusted partner, we help you understand insights about Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and the right approach to the Sleep Apnea treatment. With timely intervention, you can prevent graver conditions arising out of Sleep Apnea, like cardiac diseases and stroke, from wrecking your life. Treat Sleep Apnea today, and save yourself from the physical, mental and financial strain.
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Many of us snore in our sleeps, and consider it a natural occurrence. What we don't realize is that by ignoring the snores, we are putting ourselves at a great risk. While snoring to a certain extent may be benign, loud and incessant snores reek strongly of Sleep Apnea, an increasingly common condition that is becoming a key factor behind many of the lifestyle diseases.
During Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a person stops breathing during sleep. As a result the oxygen supply in blood and subsequently to the brain, declines. Oxygen enables various metabolic, hormonal and immune processes in the body during Sleep. A deficiency of oxygen caused by OSA, therefore, affects the way the body functions and makes it easier for serious and life threatening conditions to waltz in. If you are, or know someone who exhibits symptoms like snoring, morning headaches, excessive sleepiness during day time and continual fatigue, chances are high that you are suffering from sleep apnea.
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