The Sleep Institute of New England has a question for you. Who first noticed your sleep apnea?

WebMD states that most often, it is the bed parter or other family member who first notices the signs of sleep apnea – like loud snoring, pauses in breathing, and gasping.  Your doctor probably won’t be able to notice anything during a regular exam.  And because sleep apnea signs happen while asleep, even people with severe sleep apnea might have no idea that they have symptoms.

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