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9 silent signs of sleep apnoea you’re ignoring

Loud snoring isn’t the only symptom of sleep apnoea

2. You wake up with a headache
2. You wake up with a headache
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If you start each day with a pounding head (and didn’t have one too many beers the night before), lack of sleep caused by sleep apnoea might be to blame.

Even if you did get the recommended seven to eight hours, sleep apnoea disrupts your sleep.

Shockingly, people with severe sleep apnoea can awaken hundreds of times each night, according to the US-based Stanford Centre for Sleep Sciences and Medicine.

Identifying which type of headache you have is the first step to pain relief.



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