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Can sleep apnea lead to increased blood pressure?

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I have been diagnosed with nasal congestion that has resulted in my sleep apnea. I have been doing some further research and have learned that one of the potential outcome of sleep apnea in high blood pressure. Is this true?

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Hi there,

Thanks for your question.

Because it disrupts the normal sleep pattern, sleep apnea can make you feel tired, slow your reaction time, and lead to confused thinking and memory loss.

In addition, sleep apnea can cause:

– high blood pressure
– heart attacks
– stroke
– hypertension
– anxiety
– depression

You can find more information about this condition on this service page.

If you want a more detailed assessment, please book an appointment or call us at 832-237-7777 today!

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1 Answer

0

Hi there,

Thanks for your question.

Because it disrupts the normal sleep pattern, sleep apnea can make you feel tired, slow your reaction time, and lead to confused thinking and memory loss.

In addition, sleep apnea can cause:

– high blood pressure
– heart attacks
– stroke
– hypertension
– anxiety
– depression

You can find more information about this condition on this service page.

If you want a more detailed assessment, please book an appointment or call us at 832-237-7777 today!