Are you thinking there might be something wrong with your nightly sleep? If so, you may feel this way because you’re aware that you’re a loud snorer, you feel extremely tired during the day, or your concentration seems to have gone out the window. Feeling fatigued day after day is often a sign that you’re not sleeping all the way through the night. Rather than attempt to pretend everything is A-OK, we suggest visiting us for a sleep consultation. Feeling somewhat resistant to scheduling an appointment? Allow us to explain why you should call us right away.
Are you wondering if there’s anything you can do to promote sound sleep on New Year’s Eve? If you plan on celebrating, you may be curious if your sleep apnea treatment will provide you with all the support you need to make it through the night comfortably. While this is certainly possible, we do have a quick lineup of helpful tips to assist you in continuing the solid, restful sleep you have been experiencing as a result of excellent habits and treatment.
Have you been planning on visiting us to discuss your snoring and to find out if you may be suffering from sleep apnea? If you are still without our snoring treatment to alleviate this loud nighttime interruption, remember that professional care is essential in promoting sound sleep. For now, however, you may feel extremely worried about the holiday season, particularly if you will be receiving guests or staying at a loved one’s home. We often find that patients feel quite embarrassed at the thought of keeping others up during the night with the strong noises coming from their throats. Rest easy – we have some quick tips to promote quieter, more restful sleep.
Did you recently learn that you suffer from sleep apnea? Have you been thinking about waiting until 2016 to finally visit us for sleep apnea treatment because these are simply very busy months? We understand that it can become difficult to schedule care for yourself, particularly when the holidays are in full swing. However, we strongly suggest you think carefully and revisit your dental insurance benefits for 2015, so you don’t miss out on potential coverage or care. Consider some recommendations, so you say goodbye to the current calendar year in peace.
Are you a patient dealing with sleep apnea? Have you begun your sleep apnea treatment or is this something that you just discovered is affecting your life? In either case, making your way through the holidays can present a set of challenges that you can either fall victim to or easily overcome. To promote thorough, uninterrupted sleep, allow us to offer some helpful holiday tips. You will find that achieving the rest you need for a full, enjoyable season is easier than it seems.
By itself, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can pose a serious risk to your overall health. OSA describes the frequent cessation of breathing while you sleep due to oral tissues blocking your airway, and repeated interruptions to your sleep as your body is forced to start breathing again.
Besides depriving you of sleep and oxygen, obstructive sleep apnea can significantly increase your risks of chronic systemic health issues in the future. Finding an appropriate treatment for sleep apnea can help you avoid these health risks in the future, in addition to helping you rest more soundly in the present. (more…)
When it comes to suffering from sleep apnea, there’s a seemingly endless list of factors that may contribute to your sleep disorder. The wonderful news is that seeking sleep apnea treatment with us will address the underlying concern – your collapsing throat muscles and tissues – to assist in keeping your air passages open for consistent breathing. However, just like anyone might suddenly wake up or struggle with achieving deep sleep, common culprits of interrupted nightly sleep can make matters worse for you. Consider a few helpful tips to make the most of your efforts in receiving a full night of sleep.
Are you a little bit nervous about scheduling a visit to see us because you might find out that you need sleep apnea treatment? Perhaps you are not nervous, you simply assume you’re just a heavy snorer and that it’s just a part of life. Whatever the case, we strongly encourage anyone who snores or has been told they snore, toss and turn, or make gasping noises during the night to schedule a consultation. Learn a bit more about why it’s so important to address sleep disorders – you will find treatment is surprisingly easy and it can have a significantly positive impact on both your sleep and daily life.
Have you been experiencing some strange sensations like heart palpitations? Have you already been diagnosed with sleep apnea or do you simply have a hunch that this sleep disorder may be the cause of your daily problems (such as exhaustion and difficulty concentrating)? Individuals who struggle with this sleep disorder are often surprised to discover that unnerving symptoms such as irregular heartbeat are often associated with interrupted nightly sleep. To learn a bit more about this symptom and to motivate you to speak with us about sleep apnea treatment, take yourself through a quick quiz.
Have you been wondering if you may suffer from sleep apnea? This is a complicated sleep disorder when it comes to self-diagnosis because many patients rely on information provided by friends or loved ones who witness the event. The good news is that determining whether you should schedule a sleep apnea consultation is simple. Wondering how to go about figuring this out and what to expect if you should need a visit? Allow us to explain.