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What Are The Symptoms Of Osa
Several: People with osa can be fatigued, gain weight, have headache upon awakening, significant high blood pressure, very excessive sleepiness, depression, sexual dysfunction, muscle aches & pains, poor job peroformance, increased motor vehicle accidents and many many more. Of course, they snore! marital and relational difficulties may be present as well. Just get a sleep study! u will be glad u did! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Get investigated ...: OSA is a condition of intermittent upper airway collapse during sleep causing disordered breathing, disturbed sleep and daytime sleepiness. Symptoms include, impaired concentration and depression. OSA can cause Hypertension. Untreated, it increases risk of Heart Attack, Stroke and Motor Vehicle Accident. Diagnosis is confirmed by Sleep Specialist and Sleep Study. Treatment is with CPAP machine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mild osa symptoms have been improving in 4 year old after encouraging daytime nose breathing v. Mouth. Is it possible mouth breathing is causing osa?
I have been sick with influenza like symptoms for over 10 days with no signs of improvement & lungs sound like snoring/gargling. ?
For 3 weeks I've had a congested nose.I don't know why. Due to this, I've been snoring every night. I'm really worried. I have no other symptoms. Why?
Alcoholic: some symptoms: puffy face, beer gut (or ascites), snoring, heartburn, rapid short breaths while sleeping, dehydration on tues after weekend?
Need better eval: Alcoholics can develop cirrhosis which can impede blood flow back to the heart, cause fluid to accumulate in the lower part of the body including the abdomen, can cause malnutrition, can cause insult to the kidney and can impede lung function and steroid metabolism causing rapid breathing and alkalosis. All these have to be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Sleep apnea: Fatigue, snoring, daytime sleepiness, stop breathing for a few seconds while sleeping- are a few symptoms of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea, is frequently associated with increase level of hemoglobin and htn. Sleep study is indicated. CPAP will be the treatment of sleep apnea. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Snoring: The symptoms are daytime fatigue, snoring, frequent waking, frequency of night time urination, but tiredness during the day very hard to deal with. Get diagnosed by sleep study and treated. Apnea carries risk of heart attack, stroke and other nasty things. Your family doctor can arrange the study and most insurances cover it. You will feel so much better after a good nights sleep. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several: Snoring is a warning sign that sleep apnea may be present. Other complaints include awakening gasping/choking for air, dry mouth/sore throat, urinating multiple times at nights, morning headaches, unrefreshing sleep, cognitive impairment and excessive daytime somnolence. Talk to your doctor about any of these symptoms. A sleep study would have to be done to confirm the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Reduced breathing: Sleep apnea is when you stop breathing while you are asleep. This results in waking up at night many times over and/or having reduced blood oxygen levels. The primary symptom is sleepiness called "excessive daytime somnolence." you can take a simple questionairre here: http://www.Umm.Edu/sleep/epworth_sleep.Htm if you believe that you have sleep apnea, see a sleep specialist right away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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