Yes, sleep apnea can be life threating if not treated timely. It’s a serious disorder characterized by pauses in breathing when one is sleeping. With apnea, your sleep is always broken, and your brain is not able to decide whether to sleep or breath. Worse still, apnea can make your breath stop for hundreds of time a night, or every night. As a result, the patient will find it extremely tough to realize a state of deep sleep. You will…