(HealthDay News) -- Sleep apnea is a disorder in which breathing stops and starts during sleep, says Mayo Clinic. It can lead to many complications, from daytime fatigue to high blood pressure.
Mayo Clinic mentions these common signs of sleep apnea:
- Loud snoring.
- Gasping for air during sleep.
- Awakening with a dry mouth.
- Morning headache.
- Difficulty staying asleep.
- Daytime sleepiness.
- Difficulty paying attention while awake.