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    Save our sleep

    Save Our Sleep


    Undiagnosed sleep apnea can have serious consequences, if left untreated. Check to see if you're at risk.

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    Wake up to the signs of sleep apnea


    If this looks like you or a loved one, you may be at risk. 
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    Obstructed airway
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    What is obstructive sleep apnea?


    Obstructive sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder characterised by repeated interruptions in breathing throughout the sleep cycle.

     

    These interruptions, called apneas, are caused by the collapse of soft tissue in the airway, which prevents oxygen from reaching the lungs. Sleep apnea can have a serious impact on energy, mental performance, and long-term health—but there are effective treatments available to counteract these symptoms.*

    *New York Times “Sleep Apnea In-Depth Report” citing various references,

    http://www.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/sleep-apnea/print.html

    Do I have sleep apnea?


    According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Frost and Sullivan report from 2016, approximately 12% suffer from obsctruvtive sleep apnea, and least 29.4 million adults in the U.S. - 80% of which go undiagnosed.

     

    Find out if you or your loved one is at risk by taking a short quiz.


    Sleep apnea symptoms include: 

    • Loud persistent snoring
    • Witnessed pauses in breathing
    • Choking or gasping for air during sleep
    • Sleepiness during routine activities
    • Frequent visits to the bathroom
    • Early morning headaches
    • Excessive daytime fatigue
    • Depression or irritability
    • Restless sleep
    7% of men are living with sleep apnea

    of men are living with sleep apnea 

    7% of men are living with sleep apnea

    of women are living with sleep apnea 

    Sleep apnea can be a danger to your health. 
    Find out if you are at risk.

    What are the risks of untreated sleep apnea?

    Sleep apnea can have serious short and long-term health risks if left untreated, including:
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    High blood pressure
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    Heart disease
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    Heart attack
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    Stroke
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    Driving accident
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    Diabetes
    Mayo Clinic, "Sleep Apnea Complications," August 2015.

    Learn more about sleep apnea diagnosis and treatment at our Sleep Apnea Therapy site.