thanks for your query.
You may be having obstructive sleep apnea. You should visit a pulmonologist. You will have to undergo a sleep study after which you may need to use a C-PAP machine when you sleep in the night. Also reducing weight will help .
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Answered: Sun, 13 Nov 2011
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