Central sleep apnea. Cause?
So I have an appointment for a sleep study based on symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, anxiety,. I do know I stop breathing sometimes when I'm falling asleep but I thought everyone did that when they are really tired. My fiance just told me he has seen me stop breathing when sleeping. I'm so curious is there us a cause that can be fixed instead of treating. I have a prolactinoma and I saw a chiropractor once he took x-rays and said my C1 and C7 don't move. Can either of these be the cause? The chiropractor dis have a plan to get those vertebrae moving 6 weeks of laser treatments I think 3×a week i just can't afford that and as far as I know my insurance won't cover it. Any thoughts?