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Untreated Sleep Problems Can Wreck Your Life
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a condition where the afflicted are not able to breathe properly while sleeping. Throughout the night sufferers will often experience apneas (defined as the temporary inability to breathe) that may last as long as 40 seconds. This causes your brain to “wake you up” enough that you’ll move and can resume breathing.
Most patients don’t know that they have this condition until they are observed by a spouse or sleeping partner. This means that most OSA sufferers are unaware of their condition and have just learned to live a life of fatigue. You do not have to live this way – there are many treatments available for OSA.
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Sleep Problems Can Be Serious
60% of sufferers
report relationship issues
Twice as Likely
to be in an automobile accident
30% greater risk
for heart issues
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