“You just want a good nights sleep.”
That’s why you’re here reading these pages. 50% of you are the one who’s affected, the other 50% are partners of Sleep Apnea Sufferers and today is the day it stops. Below are a list symptoms of Sleep Apnea and a quick quiz to take to see if you have it, but most of you already suspect you have Sleep Apnea. You’ve already searched the web for all the information you could find and it’s finally led you to this site. Now, it’s time to move beyond confirming to yourself that you have Sleep Apnea. You know. Now it’s time to act. Your can improve your life today, by using ApneaRx. Order an ApneaRx and sleep better tonight, before you lose another night’s sleep.
How do you know if you suffer from Sleep Apnea?
If you snore loudly and wake up still feeling tired or experience excessive sleepiness during the day, you may suffer from Sleep Apnea.
- Morning headaches
- Memory or learning problems and not being able to concentrate
- Feeling irritable, depressed, or having mood swings or personality changes
- Waking up frequently to urinate
- Dry mouth or sore throat when you wake up
- Snoring more than 3 nights a week.
Left untreated, Sleep Apnea can increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, obesity and of developing diabetes. Until now, people with mild to moderate Sleep Apnea have had two choices, expensive and cumbersome CPAP machines, or very expensive custom-made oral appliances.
Risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea
You have a higher risk for obstructive sleep apnea if you are:
- A family history of sleep apnea
- Over the age of 40
- Have high blood pressure
- Have a narrowed airway or smaller jaw
- A smoker