I do worry about Sam’s snoring—and maybe this explains why he’s so tired on many days:
Brain may wake, just a little, with each snore
Posted on Tuesday, February 03 @ 18:40:45 EST by BJS
Patients who snore or have other symptoms of sleep apnea often undergo testing in a sleep laboratory to measure the number of breathing pauses and arousals that occur while they slumber. But doctors find these tests do not effectively predict daytime consequences suspected to arise from sleep apnea, such as sleepiness in adults or hyperactivity in children. Now, neurologists and engineers have discovered evidence that the disruption of sleep in sleep apnea may be much more frequent than the breathing pauses, or apneas, themselves.
(full article at their site)