Many people are familiar with the term “Obstructive Sleep Apnea” or “OSA”, but only a few are aware of what the disorder actually is, how it affects their bodies, and how to effectively treat the symptoms.
Obstructive Sleep Apneas, (OSA) is a potentially serious medical condition, and the most common type of sleep apnea found today, affecting over 18 million people in the United States alone. Generally, OSA occurs when something blocks part of or all your upper airway, causing pauses in breath during sleep. This pause results in decreased blood oxygen levels, and restless sleep throughout the night. Continue reading