Left untreated, sleep apnoea can increase the risk of depression, heart disease and stroke. Find out more about the health condition here and how to treat it.
Known as obstructive sleep apnoea, the NHS lists symptoms that occur during the night.
These include loud snoring, making gasping, snorting or choking noises, and breathing that stops and starts.
It’s fair enough if your partner can alert you to these troublesome signs, but many people are single too.