Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea. It occurs when the tongue and other throat muscles relax during sleep, causing your airway to temporarily close.
Central Sleep Apnea occurs when your brain forgets to breathe during sleep.
Complex Sleep Apnea occurs when both obstructive sleep apnea events and central sleep apnea events occur during sleep.
Gasping for air during sleep
Waking up with a dry mouth
Episodes where you stop breathing during sleep, reported by another person
Difficulty staying asleep
Difficulty paying attention while awake
Difficulty thinking clearly
Snoring, including snoring that is especially loud and involves gasping, choking or snorting