Signs of Sleep Apnea

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Daytime drowsiness, loud snoring, depression, anxiety and more can be easy to identify signs of Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Sleep Apnea symptoms vary from minor and hard to detect to major and disruptive. For many patients, the symptoms have been around for most of their lives and have gone undiagnosed. Sleep Apnea is a potentially dangerous sleep disorder and the repetitive nature of the starting and stopping breathing can lead to long-term issues that are irreversable. 

Baltimore Sleeps Better is here to partner with patients in all walks of life identify their potential risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea and find non-invasive solutions to get them sleeping well. 

Common Signs of Sleep Apnea

Snoring

The most common sign of obstructive sleep apnea is snoring. If you or your partner have noticed that you snore loudly and frequently, you may have Obstructie Sleep Apnea. This snoring combined with periods of stopped breath are the most recognizable and easy to hear symptoms of sleep apnea.

Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

If you’re excessively sleepy during the day, it might be a sign that you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea. There are many reasons for this symptom, outside of sleep apnea, such as stress, depression, and side effects of medications.

Irregular Breathing

People with sleep apnea often have periods where they stop breathing for a few seconds at a time. Irregular breathing is one of the critical signs of the disorder. The oxygen levels in the patient’s blood often drops to dangerous levels. The only way to know for sure is to take a sleep test, which will show you how often and for how long you stop breathing while sleeping.

Frequent Awakening & Shortness of Breath

People with sleep apnea often stop breathing for short periods during the night. When this happens, they often wake up gasping for breath. This situation can happen multiple times during the night and lead to fatigue and a lack of restful sleep.

If you frequently wake up feeling like you can’t catch your breath, it’s vital to get tested for sleep apnea.

Sleep Apnea Affects All

No matter your walk of life, Sleep Apnea can affect you. Baltimore Sleeps Better sees parents, professionals, young and old patients and all in between – each with their own story about how obstructive sleep apnea affects them.

Compassionate Care

Treatment is not one-size-fits all and we understand that. Our goal is to understand your unique challenges and build the path forward from there with care and compassion for your individual circumstances. 

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