Millions of people are affected by snoring, and sometimes it’s a sign of sleep apnea. For people with this upper-airway condition, even 10 hours of “sleep” each night can lead to fatigue-filled days. People who have been told they snore and/or stop breathing during sleep, might be suffering from sleep apnea.
Samaritan Pacific Sleep Lab is hosting a free, informative event on the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in the Education Room at Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital in Newport.For the complete article see the 02-15-2013 issue.
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