Central Sleep Apnea is a condition in which the effort to breathe during sleep is either absent or severely diminished. Symptoms include snoring, restlessness during sleep, morning headache, and sweating during sleep. Central apnea is caused by a problem with the body’s regulation of breathing during sleep.


For further information visit:

The National Sleep Foundation

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine







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