Obstructive Sleep Apnea may occur in as much as 20 to 40 percent of the adult population who are snorers. About 20 million Americans have OSA and 90% go undiagnosed. Snoring is known to be a sign of strained breathing, which can affect one's ability to have a restful night's sleep. Sleep apnea is when your airway is completely closed off (apnea) or partially blocked (hypopnea) for 10 seconds or longer , at least 5 times/ hour, and one's oxygen level is reduced at least 3 %, and there is an arousal from sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea is associated with Heart Disease, Hyper Tension, Strokes, Heart attacks, Type II Diabetes, Cancer, Gastric reflux, Cognitive Dysfunction, Fatigue, plus greatly increases the risk of motor vehicle accidents, personal and work related accidents, poor performance, depression and many other issues.