Obesity is defined as a BMI of 30 or more, and overweight is when a person’s BMI is Over 25.0. There is a linear correlation between weight gain and OSA. In obese or overweight individuals, fat deposits in the upper airway narrows it and causes obstruction, further resulting in Sleep Apnea. Apart from other adverse health effects of being overweight, Obesity is markedly associated with poor sleep quality. Several studies have shown that in an overweight person who has been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, mere loss of weight would show marked improvement in the symptoms of Snoring and Sleep Apnea. At NKs Snoring and Sleep Apnea Center, we believe in and follow a wholistic and preventive approach to the management of Sleep Apnea and other Sleep Disorders. Our Nutritional consultants will go through a detailed customized diet and activity plan and help you achieve the target weight.