Morning headaches are frequently a warning sign of a possible problem with sleep apnea. When a person’s oxygen levels are reduced at night, the heart must work harder to pump sufficient amounts to the body. This overly active state has numerous consequences and can often result in fatigue even after a long night’s sleep. The reduced oxygen levels throughout the night can also cause headaches, particularly in the morning. Many sleep apnea patients can see tremendous benefits through a neuromuscularly determined physiologically positioned sleep apnea appliance, to maintain the airway and protect the joints and teeth throughout the night.