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7 Signs You’re Having a Sleep Apnea Episode: A blog about signs of sleep apnea and how to prevent episodes

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7 Signs You're Having a Sleep Apnea Episode: A blog about signs of sleep apnea and how to prevent episodes

You snore. You feel tired during the day. Or, you have to drag yourself out of bed in the morning because you stay up so late. But, do you know if this means you have sleep apnea? If any of these applies to you, here are 7 signs that you’re having a sleep apnea episode.

7 signs that you're having a sleep apnea episode:

  1. Loud snoring: One of the most common signs of sleep apnea is loud and persistent snoring.
  2. Gasping or choking during sleep: People with sleep apnea may also experience episodes of gasping or choking during the night.
  3. Daytime fatigue: People with sleep apnea may feel excessively tired during the day, even after a full night’s sleep.
  4. Difficulty staying asleep: People with sleep apnea may also have trouble staying asleep, as the constant pauses in breathing can cause them to wake up frequently throughout the night.
  5. Morning headaches: Another common sign of sleep apnea is waking up with a headache in the morning.
  6. Difficulty concentrating: People with sleep apnea may also have trouble concentrating during the day due to lack of sleep.
  7. Mood changes: People with sleep apnea may also experience mood changes, such as irritability and depression, due to lack of restful sleep.

prevention for sleep apnea :

  1. Losing weight
  2. Avoiding alcohol and sedative before sleep
  3. Sleeping on your side
  4. Using a nasal spray or nasal decongestant
  5. Consult a doctor if the above methods don’t work.

About Allergy, Sleep & Lung Care

Allergy, Sleep & Lung Care is dedicated to improving and maintaining the health status of their patients by providing compassionate, top quality care. The respected practice provides excellence in patient care with the innovation that counts. The highly experienced team continues to provide a level of care and treatment that is unmatched on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Allergy Sleep & Lung Care is located at16420 HealthPark Commons Drive, Suite 100 Fort Myers, FL 33908, with a second location at 260 Beth Stacey Boulevard, Suite 220 Lehigh Acres, FL 33936.

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