3 Key Facts About At-Home Sleep Study Kits

Physiologically, muscles that aid in breathing — the throat, the chest, and the diaphragm — relax during sleep. It should not be a problem for a healthy individual; however, it is not the case for someone with obstructive sleep apnea. The reason is that relaxed breathing muscles coupled with a narrowed airway interrupt breathing during sleep. Therefore, if you often wake up feeling tired, with a headache or with a dry mouth, you need to test for sleep apnea. [Read More]