About 10% of the adult population in the world suffers from sleep apnea, and about 90% of them have not been diagnosed.1 7% of men are living with sleep apnea. 5% of women are living with sleep apnea. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Frost and Sullivan report from 2016, approximately 12% suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, at least 29.4 million adults in the U.S. - 80% of which go undiagnosed.
That’s significant because sleep apnea is a serious condition. Sleep apnea disrupts the sleep cycle and can dramatically impact energy, mental performance and long-term health. In some cases, if left untreated, sleep apnea can be fatal.