Once it’s been determined you have sleep APNEA there are a variety of ways it can be treated
Sleep Apnea, also known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a condition that affects millions of adults, yet it is often overlooked. Your breathing may stop for 10 seconds or more, when that happens your brain sends out a signal to wake up. This process repeats itself throughout the night as often as 20 to 30 times an hour. Untreated, the conditions is associated with a number of health risks so it’s important to first consult your doctor who may send you to a sleep specialist for a sleep test. It is important to get a proper diagnosis.