F.A.Q's
Q: What is OSA and how do you get it?

A: Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) occurs when you stop breathing repeatedly during sleep. Breathing stops because your airway collapses and prevents air from getting into the lungs. As a result, your sleep pattern is disrupted causing daytime fatigue. Read more about Breathing During Sleep and Sleep Apnea.

 

 

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