For most peple, snoring is just a minor problem. However, for people who have OSA, they can stop breathing repeatedly during sleep because their airway collapses. Upper airway collapse may be due to decreased in muscle activity, increased of tissue around the airway, or structural features that lead to a narrowed airway. As a result, air is prevented from getting into the lungs, carbon dioxide levels in the blood rise and sleep is disrupted.
Are you at risk of OSA?
OSA is associated with short-term symptoms as below. Find out if you are having the same symptoms repeatedly everyday
….if left untreated, it may increase the risk of long-term consequences and lead to serious health condition, including
– High Blood Pressure
– Type 2 Diabetes
– Cardiovascular Disease
– Abnormal Heart Rhythm
If you think you may be at the risk of suffering OSA, take the free Sleep Quiz to find out more. Treating OSA can limit your risk of developing the life-threatening conditions and improve your quality of life.
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