Sleep is something almost all of us could use more of, but often we do not even know what is keeping us up at night. If you attribute daytime sleepiness to a last night’s late movie, but have not had a good night’s sleep in quite some time, perhaps a sleep disorder is to blame.
Insomnia, also known as trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, often leaves sufferers feeling irritable and exhausted. Awakening too early in the morning is also considered a form of insomnia. The constant fatigue and decreased energy makes getting through the day difficult and often decreases the performance of both adults and children.
Join us as Dr. David Hopper discusses Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a very serious condition that effects about one in every four people in the United States. Did you know it is as common as snoring, and snoring is a clear sign there is an obstruction in the airway. When your body lacks oxygen there is a reaction occur which can lead to many other health issues including obesity, hypertension, and diabetes just to name a few.