Cardiologists have described the last beat of a dying heart as apnea!
If you have any of these symptoms, call us for a simple screening, and see if you are at risk.
- Chronic Allergies
- Daytime Drowsiness
- Attention Deficit
- Chronic Pain
- Mood Swings
Obstructive breathing is a potentially serious condition. The effect on the heart is obvious, hearts need oxygen to stay alive.
Don’t wait until the heart stops beating!
Take action, the earlier the better. To live a long and health life, get tested and see if your body is getting the oxygen it needs. Many of those that chose not to know have died. Don’t let that happen to you!
Call for a screening today!
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