It's time for you to stop
snoring and get a full nights sleep.
Health Concerns Related to Sleep Apnea
Some people might not think about sleep apnea as a serious problem. The fact is that OSA and other forms of sleep apnea can be seriously detrimental to your health. The disruption caused during sleep by snoring and sleep apnea can lead to conditions such as:
High Blood Pressure.
Headaches and Migraines.
Impotence or Loss of Libido.
Difficulty Controlling Diabetes.
Irritability and Aggressive Behavior.
Loss of Focus and Memory.
Abnormal Facial Growth in Children.
Tooth Grinding at Night or Bruxism.
Unusual Daytime Fatigue.
In fact, some scientific studies suggest that sleep apnea can shorten your life by as much as 12 years.
Better sleep is just the start. Treating Sleep Apnea has been associated with the following:
Evidence suggests a relationship between insufficient sleep, overeating and weight gain with sleep apnea.
Reduce or Eliminate Snoring
Treating sleep apnea usually leads to the reduction or elimination of snoring, helping you and your partner achieve better sleep.
People with untreated sleep apnea are 23X more likely to have a heart attack and 4x more likely to suffer a stroke.
Daytime drowsiness is a system of sleep apnea, and increased energy is widely reported among those who threat their sleep apnea.
Treating your sleep apnea results in your body properly resting at night. Those who treat their sleep apnea report an improvment in mood, concentration and focus.
Proper treatment of sleep apnea reduces your risk factors of premature death and yields many life enhancing health benefits.
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