Don’t let sleep apnea get in the way of a restful night.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a disorder that blocks your airway while you sleep, impacting your ability to breathe freely. It usually occurs when the tongue collapses back into the airway, obstructing oxygen flow.
Your brain will automatically wake you up every time your breathing is interrupted, but most patients have no recollection of their sleep apnea episodes the following day. This pattern can repeat several times in just one night, dramatically reducing your blood oxygen level and preventing you from feeling refreshed in the morning.