I just reviewed my medical records which included a sleep study. Apparently, according to the paper work I have a diagnosis of upper airway resistance syndrome (23 arousals an hour). No one mentioned that this was a condition that could be treated and could be the cause of my day time fatigue. At the juncture, I am willing to attempt any treatments to manage my excessive day time fatigue.
What should be my next step? Consult the Sleep study doctor or an ENT
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