Treat Sleep Apnea With An Oral Appliance

When you live with sleep apnea, you live without proper rest, and that can take a toll on your physical and emotional health. The inability to sleep without interference can stop you from completing your rest cycles, which can leave you feeling groggy, distracted, and irritable. Over time, you can find it difficult to maintain your concentration and energy levels, and you can have a more difficult time managing other health problems. With a custom oral appliance, your Livonia/Detroit, MI dentist can help you tend to your issues with sleep apnea without a CPAP machine. Wearing your appliance while you rest will keep you from experiencing the breathing difficulties that break your sleep cycle and rob you of truly refreshing rest.

Is Sleep Apnea Affecting Your Quality Of Life?

Snoring is just one of many issues that a person who has sleep apnea may experience. Your ability to stay focused during the day can be negatively impacted, and your mood and short-term memory can suffer as well. Over time, your inability to sleep soundly can make it harder for you to manage your physical and mental health, and it can also cause worrying physical effects that threaten your well-being.

Using Oral Appliance Therapy Instead Of A CPAP Machine

If your problems with sleep apnea occur because of interference with your breathing passages, we can provide help in the form of oral appliance therapy. An oral appliance resolves problems with obstructive sleep apnea by changing the position of your jaw in a way that keeps you from experiencing airway interference. Wearing it while you rest can help you stay asleep, and that means you can once again complete your rest cycles and feel refreshed each day. If necessary, we can discuss treatment with a CPAP machine to make sure you are resting properly.

Why Sleep Apnea Treatment Should Not Wait

Sleep apnea is capable of doing more than just making you experience the effects of sleep deprivation. Your physical response to breathing troubles while you sleep can raise your heart rate, and in time this can lead to problems with higher blood pressure. Your blood pressure level is something that you should take seriously, as it creates a real potential for more severe heart troubles in time!

Talk To Your LIvonia/Detroit, MI Dentist About Sleep Apnea

Through treatment for sleep apnea, we can help you take on a problem with your rest that can take a serious toll on your physical and emotional health. We can help you understand the risks associated with this problems, the signs that it may affect you, and your treatment options! If you have questions, or if you would like to find out more, please contact your Livonia, MI, dentist, Dr. Stewart, by calling (734) 425-4400.