- Gasping for breath while asleep
- Frequent awakenings during sleep
- Waking with dry mouth or sore throat
- Morning headache
- Frequent night time urination- Fatigue
Frequent loud "snoring" is a sign of Sleep Apnea, a disorder where one "gasps for breath while asleep". Pauses in the airflow results in a drop in the oxygen level and the brain responds by "frequent awakenings during sleep". A major sign of sleep apnea is "excessive daytime sleepiness". Other symptoms include morning headaches, memory issues, depression, irritation, sore throat which if unnoticed can lead to high BP, heart attack, neurological disorder, etc.