Central Sleep Apnea
You go to sleep, and, during the night your breathing starts, then stops. Is it possible you have obstructive sleep apnea? Could you possibly have central sleep apnea? How can you tell?

What causes Central Sleep Apnea?
Central sleep apnea happens when your brain sends out the wrong signals (or doesn't send them out at all) to the muscles that control breathing.

Or, you could have symptoms that are related to heart failure, or a stroke.

Seeing a doctor who understands the connections between all of these things and can give you the most accurate diagnosis and treatment options can be a live-saving decision.

Dr. Garg's board certifications in both sleep medicine and pulmonary medicine suggest he is the person who may be most qualified to help you today. Click here to request and appointment.





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