Sleep Apnea makes you breathe very shallowly or stop altogether. The time between breaths might range from a few seconds to many minutes.
Obstructive sleep apnea is the most prevalent kind. Your airway collapses or becomes clogged as you sleep as a result. A snort or choking noise signals the resumption of regular breathing. Those who have sleep apnea frequently snort loudly. Not everyone who snores, though, suffers from sleep apnea. If you are overweight, male, have a family history of the condition, or have tiny airways, you may be more susceptible to Sleep Apnea. It can also affect kids who have big tonsils or adenoids.
Our experts at Sarvodaya ensure the right medication and treatment for a full recovery.