If you have any of the following you may be at risk of having Obstructive Sleep Apnea:
Without treatment, Obstructive Sleep Apnea has been shown to contribute to:
OSA is more prevalent in middle aged or older men and woman. It is more common in men than women before menopause, after which both are affected equally. It typically occurs in overweight individuals, however, there are other physical features such as having large tonsils, a receded and/or small jaw, large neck size, and/or nasal obstruction that can contribute to OSA in normal weight individuals.
Take the OSA quiz to see if you might be at risk.