Do You Have Sleep Apnea?

Do You Snore or Often Feel Exhausted?

YOU COULD HAVE SLEEP APNEA.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), sleep apnea affects more than 12,000,000 Americans … but 85% of them don’t know it!

Sleep apnea is a condition where, multiple times a night, you actually stop breathing! This deprives the brain of vital oxygen, causing severe negative effects throughout the entire body.

CONSEQUENCES of Untreated Sleep Apnea include:

Who’s At RISK?

Men

(especially men over 40)

Women
over 50

Smokers

Anyone with a family
history of the
condition

Overweight
individuals

(especially if your neck size is larger than 17
inches for men or 16 inches for women)

How Can I Find Out if I Have SLEEP APNEA?

If you find yourself exhausted during the day, there is a simple questionnaire that you can fill out in under 5 minutes. It’s called the Epworth Sleepiness Scale.

Take the first step in diagnosing
Sleep Apnea

Download the epworth scale now

( then discuss the results with your physician. )

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Could you have Sleep Apnea?

Take the First Step in Diagnosis. Enter your email address below to download the 8-question Epworth Sleepiness Scale, then discuss the results with your physician.
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