Having a hard time falling asleep? Take this quiz to see if you could have sleep apnea
Over 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea
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SAN ANTONIO – Valentine’s Day is next week, and if you or your partner are snoring constantly, or if you have restless nights of sleep on a daily basis, sleep apnea could be the issue.
The medical condition is one in which a person has one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while he or she sleeps. These pauses can last from a few seconds to one minutes, and It could occur 30 times or more in a minute.
It can lead to serious health problems, including heart disorders and depression.
According to the Center for Sleep Apnea and Snoring, sleep apnea affects more than 18 million Americans, but it can be treated.
Whether you suffer from sleep apnea, snoring or CPAP intolerance, the Center for Sleep Apnea and Snoring is dedicated to finding you the ideal treatment for your needs.
Patients at the center who suffer from sleep apnea are treated with an oral appliance, which frees their lungs and allows proper airflow so that they may stop snoring during the night.
For more information, visit stopsnoringtx.com or call 210-598-8200.
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