Loud, chronic snoring is something that you – or other members of your household – will notice. It could be nothing, or it could be a sign that you have a serious condition called sleep apnea. Either way, we can help you and your loved ones better sleep.
What are the symptoms and signs of sleep apnea? Read Transcript
The symptoms and signs of sleep apnea do vary; however, at its core is people not getting proper rest. Oftentimes, they're very tired or they're exhausted, and/or they also have other physiological changes over time in their body. They can develop hypertension. Down the road, it can and does lead to heart disease. It can and does lead to type 2 diabetes. It can and does lead to stroke, in many cases on down the road. That's why it's very important for people, if they exhibit signs and symptoms of sleep apnea, to take it very seriously and to get treated.
Other signs of sleep apnea are far less noticeable – or easy to attribute to something other than apnea. Don’t ignore them, though, since sleep apnea can pose serious health risks. The only way to know if you suffer from sleep apnea is to visit our office ASAP. Better Sleep Carolina will help you get a diagnosis from your physician without a lot of hassle. Call us now at 984-217-1614 to book a complimentary consultation.
There are plenty of symptoms other than snoring that may indicate you suffer from sleep apnea. See us right away if you:
- Experience sleep interruptions caused by gasping or choking for air
- Toss and turn and have difficulty getting comfortable during the night
- Are extremely tired during the day
- Feel sleepy while driving
- Wake with a sore throat
- Have headaches in the morning
- Experience problems with memory
- Have trouble focusing on tasks
- Suffer from impotence
Don’t let sleep problems wreck your personal and professional relationships. Let us help you get a restful night’s sleep! Call Better Sleep Carolina at 984-217-1614 now to schedule your complimentary sleep apnea consultation.