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How Sleep Apnea Can Ruin Your Holidays

How Sleep Apnea Can Ruin Your Holidays

Sleep apnea is a dangerous condition, and it can ruin your days. It can be especially difficult to deal with around the holidays. Fortunately, sleep apnea treatment can eliminate most of the distracting or bothersome symptoms quickly.

Cranky for Christmas

If you have sleep apnea, you’re probably used to waking up with a headache. This is because you haven’t really been sleeping most of the night, you’ve been battling to keep breathing. These morning headaches are a nuisance most days, but they can really ruin Christmas morning for you and those around you. You want to be free to enjoy the festive celebration, not gritting your teeth to get through the pain or reaching for medication. And if your snoring keeps your spouse up, too, you may be in for some Christmas morning squabbles.

Sleep apnea can also sap your energy. It can make a long day of visiting multiple families unbearable. You may find yourself dozing off as you settle in to watch the NBA games.

Can You Make It to Midnight?

The fatigue that comes with sleep apnea can also be a big damper on your New Year’s Eve celebrations. When the party is going strong, you may find yourself flagging. Alcohol can make it even worse.

And sleep apnea makes the morning after even harder. A regular hangover can be intensified by sleeping difficulties. You may find yourself unable to make it through the day. Even if you have a quiet day planned with college ball, you may find it’s too much.

Make It to Next Year

Of course, the worst thing about sleep apnea is that it increases your risk for numerous deadly effects, including heart attack, stroke, car accidents, and more. These can increase your risk of not making it to the holidays next year.

The good news is that sleep apnea treatment is effective. It not only eliminates the immediate symptoms of the condition, it reduces the attendant risks so you can be more confident that you will have many more holidays to enjoy.

To learn more about sleep apnea treatment in Seattle, please contact Dr. Lance Timmerman today.

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