If you have the common condition, there are many treatment options available, reports US News & World Report.

Being Male, Overweight, Older, a Snorer and Excessively sleepy (MOOSE) are the typical risk factors for OSA. However, you can be female, thin, young, not snore and not be sleepy and still suffer from obstructive sleep apnea due to smaller jaw structures and smaller upper airways.

If you’re having any signs or symptoms of OSA, it’s important to get checked out by a medical professional.