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!
While we know that millions of people suffer from sleep apnea, there are many that have no idea they have a sleep disorder. They just assume their daytime exhaustion or chronic snoring is just a natural part of life. Instead of seeking treatment, their quality of life just continues to erode. Understanding the possible warning signs of this disorder, and seeking treatment, is essential for maintaining good overall health.
We often treat sleep apnea, also known as OSA, with an oral appliance, a CPAP machine, or a combination of the two. However, can also recommend lifestyle changes to combat OSA, such as changing your sleeping routine. Are you ready to make chances and enjoy a better night’s rest?
If you have trouble sleeping and frequently feel exhausted during the day, you could be one of the millions who suffer from sleep apnea. Why do we develop sleep apnea? Understanding the factors behind this common disorder can help you and your doctor find the right treatment option. Otherwise, this common sleep disorder could lead to major complications for your overall health and quality of life.
Last week we looked at how poor sleep can lead to problems with our dental health. Today, we’re going to take this a step further and look at five more impacts of sleep apnea (OSA). In addition to your oral health, the cessation of breathing and episodes of waking up frequently due to OSA can lead to a number of very serious complications unless treated in a timely manner.
Not getting enough sleep can have a number of different detrimental effects on your overall wellbeing. But did you know that a lack of sleep can affect your dental health, as well? As an integral part of your systemic health, your oral health is closely tied to many of your body’s functions. When one factor is disturbed, the rest are also influenced. To help you make the most of your sleep and your smile, we explore how the two are related, and how you can optimize both! (more…)
If you snore, then both you and your significant other can end up sleep deprived. How do you stop snoring? In serious cases, we may recommend an oral appliance. However, you can often help reduce your risk of snoring by making a few simple lifestyle changes.