New York, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
New York Cardiovascular Associates is launching a campaign that explains the early signs of common sleep disorders. According to the New York City based sleep center, disorders such as sleep apnea may not have any obvious symptoms, preventing individuals from recognizing that there is anything wrong. The center hopes the information it provides will assist the public in recognizing the signs of sleep disorders early, resulting in prompt treatment and fewer complications.
According to a New York Cardiovascular Associates representative, changes in mood may be an early signal of an underlying sleep disorder. “Individuals suffering from sleep apnea may find that they feel irritable or depressed. Because these individuals are waking up many times during the night, they are not getting the quality sleep they need. This can have a profound effect on the person’s mood.”
The center plans to provide information on this and many other early warning signs of a sleep disorder through their social media outlets. More information on this topic will be made available on the center’s Facebook and Twitter pages throughout the month of September.
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