Sleep apnea is a common sleeping disorder affecting 18 million Americans today. Over the past two decades, the percentage of individuals suffering from sleep apnea has increased from 14 to 55 percent, and there is a strong possibility that sleep apnea can be linked to hereditary features.
It’s 7am and the sound of your alarm clock wakes you. Struggling to get out of bed even after 8 hours of sleep, you feel groggy and realize that your head aches and your mouth is dry. If this is your typical morning, you may have a Sleep Disorder that could be damaging your overall health.
Do you often try to “forget” to bring your CPAP device on trips because of the challenge of getting through airport security?