Breathing Related Sleep Disorder Symptoms

(Also Known As: Sleep Disorder Symptoms, Sleep Apnea Symptoms, Sleep Disordered Breathing Symptoms, Sleep Apnea Disorder Symptoms, Sleep Breathing Disorders Symptoms, Insomnia Symptoms)

(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)

The following are the common symptoms of breathing-related sleep disorder:

  • Hypersomnia or excessive sleepiness during daytime
  • Insomnia
  • Restless sleep
  • Very loud snoring
  • Headaches when awakened in the morning
  • Dry mouth when awakened
  • Awakening with sore throat
  • Sudden awakenings with shortness of breath
  • Extreme perspiration when sleeping
  • Heartburn
  • Breathing cessation during sleep

Snoring can be a significant symptom of breathing related sleep disorder which many tend to ignore. It is advisable to seek professional help when you or your loved ones experience frequent snoring which can signify a more serious condition. You might consider checking with your doctor to assess if you have breathing-related sleep disorder. Daytime sleepiness may also be a possible symptom of sleep apnea, when frequent.

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Related Conditions

Hypersomnia – excessive daytime sleepiness, inability to sleep, insomnia, depression, anxiety
Narcolepsy – Dyssomnia, daytime sleepiness, sudden attack of sleep, disturbed sleep
Nightmare Disorder – dream anxiety disorder, disturbed sleep, nightmares, insomnia, fear