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Call for an assessment
to see if your sleep issues
are causing health problems


There are a high percentage of people experiencing the symptoms of Sleep Apnea that are not aware of the connection or potential consequences. Obstructive Sleep Apnea remains 90% undiagnosed even though 20% of the population has it. 
Signs of sleep apnea include, but are not limited to: 

- Daytime fatigue or drowsiness

- Loud snoring

- Morning headaches

- Irritability, mood swings

- Dry mouth & sore throat when waking

- Restlessness while sleeping

- Trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, or crankiness

- Depression or anxiety

- Night sweats

- Sexual dysfunction

- Headaches

Sleep Apnea, if untreated, can have long-lasting, negative effects. Some of these effects include:

- Snoring

- High blood pressure

- Acid reflux and peptic ulcers

- Anxiety disorder, depression and insomnia|

- Heart disease and  stroke

- Automobile accidents caused by falling asleep at the wheel

-Diabetes (increased insulin resistance)

and other ailments.

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