Although there are several reasons why a person may develop sleep apnea, there is also a possibility it may be genetic.
Those with diabetes, heart disease, blood pressure, or metabolic disease will also complain of sleep apnea. Those who smoke or drink excessive alcohol are also at risk of sleep apnea.
Always speak with your doctor if you are facing any of the below issues:
- Sleepiness during the day
- Headaches during morning
Genetic traits like your body physique, height, and bone structure can help define how prone you are suffering from sleep apnea. In some cases, a high body max index also indicates that you may be suffering from sleep apnea.
But did you know it’s not the only adults who suffer from sleep apnea? Even children complain of sleep apnea and display the same symptoms as adults in many cases. If someone in your family has sleep apnea increases your chances of sleep apnea too; hence it is important to know the symptoms to identify it at an early stage.
If you are not sure and want to have yourself check, visit Sleep & Headache Solutions and speak to our specialists for assistance. You can also call us at (832) – 688 – 8886.