Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Sleep apnea can affect people in different ways and symptoms may not always be readily apparent. Snoring or pauses in breathing throughout the night may not register right away unless your partner has witnessed these events happening. And although you may notice sleepiness or fatigue, it’s easy to want to explain that away as something like stress or another temporary factor.

Sleep apnea is more than just snoring. Although snoring is one of the more obvious symptoms, it’s not the only indicator. Can you relate to any of these symptoms?

  • Temporary pauses in breathing
  • Choking or gasping sounds while sleeping
  • Inconsistent sleep
  • Mood shifts
  • Morning headaches
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Memory loss

The only way to confirm that you have sleep apnea is to be diagnosed by a sleep specialist or medical practitioner. If you suffer from any of these symptoms, sign up for your free online sleep screening. If you screen positive, you can take an at-home sleep apnea test in the comfort of your own home. Your results will then be reviewed by a board-certified sleep doctor who will then provide an official diagnosis.

Find out if your symptoms are a result of sleep apnea, so you can take the proper steps to treat it. The sooner you take the first step, the sooner you can sleep and feel better. Take the free, no-obligation online screening today.

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Patient Testimonials

Honestly, I thought I was just guilty of snoring every now and then, but my wife insisted it was something more. The home test was easy to use and within a week I was diagnosed with sleep apnea. I would’ve never guessed I was waking up so much during the night. Glad I got tested, so I could get started with CPAP treatment right away.

Tom H.

I didn’t really want to go to a sleep study, so thankfully, there was the free online assessment. Afterwards, they sent me the test and I only had to use it a couple of nights and now I know for sure that sleep apnea was what was causing me to be so tired. I’ve been doing CPAP therapy for a few weeks now, and have never felt better.

Joe D.

I was putting off getting tested because I didn’t have time to go into a lab. Plus, I didn’t want to be monitored while I sleep. The process of taking the at-home sleep apnea test was simple. If it wasn’t for that, I’d probably still be undiagnosed.

Mike B.

I knew I wasn’t getting great sleep, but I thought I could manage it myself. I would sleep sitting up in a recliner chair just to try to keep myself from waking up during the night, but I never felt completely rested. It wasn’t until I fell asleep at a traffic light that I realized this wasn’t something I could treat myself. It was hard, but I’m glad I finally got the CPAP treatment I need for my sleep apnea.

Carol S.

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