The lack of oxygen caused by sleep apnea can have negative long-term consequences for your health. 

High Risk Symptoms of Sleep Apnea  

  • Loud and chronic snoring 

  • Choking, snorting or gasping during sleep

  • Long pauses in breathing

  • Morning headaches

  • Wake-up with a dry mouth or sore throat

  • Forgetfulness and difficult concentrating

  • Mood swings

  • Depression

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness

  • Going to the bathroom frequently at night 

Untreated Sleep Apnea could lead to: high blood pressure, heart attack,​ stroke, pre-diabetes and diabetes, depression, fatigue-related motor vehicle accidents, decreased quality of life, and decreased life expectancy