Obstructive sleep apnea, also known as OSA, can lead to a number of serious complications, including exhaustion due to sleep loss. Often, factors in our day-to-day life can increase the risk of developing the disorder. What changes should you make to reduce your chances of developing sleep apnea?
Dr. James Stewart understands that in the world of dentistry, things can move quickly. He often completes continuing education course to learn about new treatments and the latest technologies for addressing oral health concerns, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Currently, Dr. Stewart is undergoing training in orthotropics, to help prevent the onset of sleep disorders in young children later in life.
We need our sleep! Without proper rest, we can be irritable, have trouble functioning at work or school, and watch our quality of life drop. However, millions of people in the United States have trouble sleeping due to a serious disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). If you think you could be at risk, we recommend undergoing a sleep assessment. How does the sleep assessment work?
Without treatment, obstructive sleep apnea can lead to a higher risk of depression, high blood pressure, stroke, and heart attack. You should be aware of the potential symptoms of the disorder and see the dentist for treatment. What are the symptoms of sleep apnea?
When we snore, we often have trouble obtaining the deep, sustained sleep we need to feel alert the next day. In addition, we can also prevent our significant others from enjoying the rest they need as well. Fortunately, we can help with treatment for snoring, even if this is linked to obstructive sleep apnea. Do you have questions about our snoring solutions?
Lately, we’ve been discussing treatment options to address obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). However aside from oral appliances and CPAP machines, you can also make changes to help alleviate symptoms. By altering your daily habits, including how you sleep, you can reduce the severity of sleep apnea and help yourself rest better.
Last week, we looked at oral appliances and how they can address sleep apnea (OSA). Today. We’re going to look at another common treatment option to help stop sleep apnea symptoms. Will you sleep better with a CPAP machine? How does this device work and how does it differ from an oral appliance?
Sadly, millions of Americans have trouble sleeping due to a serious disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Without adequate rest, quality of life can suffer, along with job performance. However, we can diagnose the disorder and recommend treatment options to help you sleep easy again. Will an oral appliance address your sleep apnea?
If you suffer from frequent exhaustion and other signs of obstructive sleep apnea, (OSA) then you may need treatment. Otherwise, the quality of your life, and your overall health, can continue to suffer. To help decide if you need to see our team, you should consider taking a sleep assessment. From there, you can assess your risk before seeing a professional about possible solutions.
Sleep apnea impacts millions of Americas. If you have OSA, you can experience exhaustion and difficulty sleeping, which can have a serious impact on your overall quality of life. If you suffer from OSA, what should you do? How do we treat sleep apnea? We have multiple treatment options available to help address the issue!