Sleep Apnea is a condition that robs people of healthy, restful sleep, and so detracts from quality of life altogether. If you think you may suffer from Sleep Apnea, talk to a physician to get a diagnosis. A sleep diary can make the process more straightforward. A polysomnogram may be required, but a "Home-Based Portable Monitor" may be a good initial alternative. Either of these options will help you monitor your sleep, and isolate the cause of your problem.
Once you are diagnosed, a common treatment you may need is a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) device. It's a personally-calibrated air mask that you wear during sleep, to help regulate airflow through your nose and throat. Other options include other air masks, changes in lifestyle (such as weight loss), or possibly surgery.
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