Do I Have to Live with Sleep Apnea?

breathing or a complete stoppage in breathing during periods of sleep. In many cases, the patient may not even realize they are suffering from this problem. A partner may be the first one to notice issues as symptoms include snoring or an abrupt awakening with [&hellip
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Will sleep apnea go away with time?

tissues in the throat area or back of the mouth collapse while sleeping closing off the air way. The patient actually stops breathing. In severe cases, this can occur hundreds of time throughout the night. The patient often awakens still tired because they are not [&hellip
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Do I Have Sleep Apnea if I Snore?

or maybe it’s your partner who does. In either situation, someone, or both people in your bedroom are likely not getting a good night’s sleep, and the “culprit” may also feel embarrassed about his or her snoring habit. You may not necessarily have sleep apnea [&hellip
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Sleep Apnea: Are there health risks?

of breath during sleep. Caused by soft oral tissues collapsing into the airways during sleep, this condition robs a patient of experiencing deep, rejuvenating rest. When patients stop breathing during cycles of apnea, the body wakes slightly to reinitiate the normal breathing process. The cessation [&hellip
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Sleep Apnea: Causes and Treatment

multiple times per hour throughout the night. In mild cases, the patient may be interrupted by extremely shallow or halted breathing 20 to 25 times per hour. Extreme cases can result in hundreds of times. The patient may not even realize they are experiencing these [&hellip
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