If you are having trouble sleeping, suffering from excessive daytime sleepiness, or snoring heavily, it may be time to get a sleep test. These sleep tests can help you identify any potential issues you may be experiencing and help you to seek the correct treatment to help you get a better night’s sleep.
Everyone can feel sleepy now and again. But trying to function through fatigue is a different story – particularly if it doesn’t let up. If you’re too tired to have a good conversation, even after a full night’s sleep, or you have struggled not to fall asleep behind the wheel or in a meeting, don’t let this pattern linger.
Your eyes are shut and you’re snuggled in a comfy bed. Your head is perched on a fluffy pillow. You look peaceful, you’re silent and calm and there is a restful aura surrounding you. However this is only what’s visible to the eye. Internally your body is on the move, making sure you are healthy.
A loud snoring sound is no music to anyone's ears, especially if there is someone who shares the room with you. There are chances that your snoring is just a breathing sound and would not cause any threat to your health but not always this is the case with snorers.
Sleep apnea is a more serious condition that it appears to be. The loud snoring sound is not just a threat to a peaceful sleep but also to your physical health in the long run. The epidemiological rates of sleep apnea are increasing in number in adults especially in its mild to moderate forms.
There are times when it feels like a real struggle for some of you to keep yourself awake while sitting in front of your desktop screen or while you are out on a road, driving. Asleep while driving? Sounds scary doesn't it, well it is true, according to National.