Do You Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?

Snoring man in marital bedIf you suspect you or a family member may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), you should consult our office. While treatment options are available, a proper diagnosis is the first step. It is also important to note that the risks of undiagnosed OSA include heart attacks, strokes, impotence, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, and heart disease. In addition, it can cause daytime sleepiness that results in accidents, lost productivity, depression, and problems in your relationships with others. If you feel you may have sleep apnea, answer the following questions and then share your responses with our office. This simple action could save your life.

  • Are you a loud, habitual snorer?
  • Do you regularly feel un-refreshed, even after waking from 8 to 10 hours of sleep?
  • Has anyone ever witnessed you choking, gasping, or holding your breath during sleep?
  • Do you find yourself falling asleep easily throughout your day at home or at work?