Symptoms of OSA

Sleep apnea affects 5-10% of adults in the United States, though a majority of sufferers go undiagnosed. Potentially dangerous symptoms, such as snoring , are often overlooked.
Untreated sleep apnea is associated with a number of health risks, so it’s important to consult a sleep specialist if you experience the following signs and symptoms:

Nighttime symptoms

Loud persistent snoring

Witnessed pauses in breathing

Choking or gasping for air during sleep

Restless sleep

Frequent visits to the bathroom

Daytime symptoms

Early morning headaches

Excessive daytime fatigue

Poor concentration

Depression or irritability

Sleepiness during routine activities

Symptoms of OSA