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What Happens After You're Diagnosed With Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a pretty common sleeping disorder but it can be serious if you ignore it. If you only think you might have sleep apnea, you may want to see a specialist. When you see a sleep professional, they’ll be able to not only diagnose your disorder but also help you with next steps. Sleep apnea is not a disorder that you can diagnose on your own.

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How Do I Treat Symptoms of Sleep Apnea?

Snoring can be frustrating and annoying for both the person snoring and for that person’s partner. If you’re either one of these two people, I’m sure you’ve been looking for treatment options. There are several ways to treat snoring on your own, that can be fairly simple. Making small changes in lifestyle choices can help some people completely eliminate their snoring issue. However, in some cases snoring can be an indicator of a more serious problem: sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition that blocks your airways while you sleep. If this is the case, home remedies will not be sufficient. If you think you might have sleep apnea, here are some steps you should take.

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