I have been diagnosed with sleep apnea but don't do anything for it. I have recently - within the past month started waking up shaking. It's almost like a mild version of shivering, but I'm not cold. i read some of the posts and it seemed like the apnea may be causing this, but I don't want to ignore it if it may be something else. Other than that, basically healthy, a little overweight (5'2" - 150 lbs), but do have a lot of stress in my life. Any thoughts or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Hi if you have been told you have Sleep APNEA you should ask for a Sleep Study , that will tell you all what you need to know ,and you DR or Clinic should take it from there ,go for it ,life is better on CPAP please take care x Bob
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