Is snoring dangerous?
Loud, chronic snoring is a common symptom of obstructive sleep apnea, one of the most serious and under-diagnosed medical problems in the U.S. It affects 18 million Americans and climbing—yet, a startling 85 percent of sufferers are undiagnosed.
Treating sleep apnea not only quiets snoring, but it can be an effective way to help control serious related medical conditions.
Learn the facts about Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea & learn how to get Tested at Home.
Treat your Sleep Apnea and Control your Daytime Fatigue.
People with untreated sleep apnea commonly suffer from daytime fatigue. The lack of energy and sleepiness during the day can affect quality of life, work productivity and even the ability to manage your weight.
Learn more about the link between Daytime Fatigue and Sleep Apnea.
Treat your Sleep Apnea and Control your Diabetes.
Did you know untreated sleep apnea can lead to diabetes? If you already have diabetes, sleep apnea may be increasing your insulin resistance, making it harder to keep blood sugar levels under control.
Learn more about the link between Diabetes and Sleep Apnea.
Treat your Sleep Apnea and Control Your Heart Condition.
Untreated sleep apnea can significantly increase your risk of having a stroke or a fatal heart attack, especially if you have high blood pressure.Treating sleep apnea decreases your risk for stroke and heart attack, and can improve your blood pressure control.
Learn more about the link between Heart Conditions and Sleep Apnea.
Treat your Sleep Apnea and Control your Depression.
Untreated sleep apnea can aggravate depression. In addition, the similarity of symptoms associated with sleep apnea and depression can lead to confusion and misdiagnosis.
Learn more about the link between Depression and Sleep Apnea.
Treat your Sleep Apnea and Control your Weight.
There is a clear and dangerous link between weight gain and sleep apnea. Being overweight is a leading risk factor for sleep apnea, while untreated sleep apnea can also make it difficult to manage your weight.
Learn more about the link between Sleep Apnea and Weight Gain.
Treat your Sleep Apnea and Control your Sexual Dysfunction.
Sleep apnea sufferers are at a much higher risk of ED or sexual dysfunction, which can have a major impact on overall quality of life.
Learn more about the link between Sleep Apnea and Sexual Dysfunction.