What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?
It is when your breathing stops or slows down while you are sleeping. If you snore loudly or gasp for air when you sleep, or you are always tired, you may have OSA.
OSA is often present with other diseases. If OSA is overlooked, it could be bad for your health.
- 43 million Americans currently have OSA
- 50% of patients with diabetes have OSA
- 30% of patients with high blood pressure have OSA