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Snoring, light daytime sleepness.Fatiguein the evening and sudden waking up in the night with a feeling of lack of air.What is it?
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Dr. Andrea Bretal
Internal Medicine
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In brief: OSA
These are symptoms related with osa (obstructive sleep apnea) which is sometimes related with overweight and obesity or some throat and nose anatomical problems.
You should see your primary care physician and if you qualify have a sleep study done for diagnosis. It is very important to find out because this disorder is related with heart problems that can develop with time if leave it untreated.

In brief: OSA
These are symptoms related with osa (obstructive sleep apnea) which is sometimes related with overweight and obesity or some throat and nose anatomical problems.
You should see your primary care physician and if you qualify have a sleep study done for diagnosis. It is very important to find out because this disorder is related with heart problems that can develop with time if leave it untreated.
Dr. Andrea Bretal
Dr. Andrea Bretal
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Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis
Dentistry
In brief: Sleep Apnea
The conditions you have described are consistent with someone who might suffer from obstructive sleep apnea.
Excess daytime sleepiness, and gasping for air during sleep are common symptoms. Consider a sleep study to confirm and measure this. Your primary care physician can help arrange it.

In brief: Sleep Apnea
The conditions you have described are consistent with someone who might suffer from obstructive sleep apnea.
Excess daytime sleepiness, and gasping for air during sleep are common symptoms. Consider a sleep study to confirm and measure this. Your primary care physician can help arrange it.
Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis
Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis
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