Frequently Asked Questions about Snoring1. Which specialist doctor should I consult if I suffer from snoring and require treatment?
Ans. Consult an ENT specialist or a doctor who specializes in sleep medicine.
2. Is snoring dangerous?
Snoring can contribute to fatigue and morning tiredness. There may be an increased risk of high blood pressure and stroke in snoring patients.
3. Will treating my snoring improve my lifestyle?
Taking appropriate treatment for snoring will definitely improve a persons lifestyle as snoring frequently causes restless sleep and tiredness on waking. It may also cause daytime drowsiness.
4. What is sleep apnea?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a condition in which the airflow pauses or decreases at periodic intervals during sleep. OSA is usually associated with a reduction in the level of blood oxygen saturation.
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