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FYIHealth Tip: Help a Loved One With Sleep ApneaIf your partner has symptoms, don't ignore them<p>(HealthDay News) -- If your partner snores and has other signs of sleep apnea, experts say ignoring the condition can affect your partner's health.</p> <p>The U.S. National Heart Lung and Blood Institute suggests how to help an affected loved one:</p> <ul> <li>If your partner snores loudly, has brief pauses in breathing and seems tired for no apparent reason during the day, let your partner know.</li> <li>Support your loved one and encourage him or her to get medical attention.</li> <li>Help your loved one stick with a doctor-approved treatment plan.</li> <li>Support your loved one emotionally.</li> </ul> -- Diana KohnleCopyright &#169; 2014 <a href="" target="_new">HealthDay</a>. All rights