Do you suffer from chronic snoring? Is your significant other complaining about a lack of sleep due to your loud, obnoxious snores? While this is definitely an annoying habit, it can also be an indicator of a serious disorder. Obstructive sleep apnea can cause you to feel exhausted and over time, increase the risk of high blood pressure, stroke, and heart attack. To combat sleep apnea, you need to address your snoring. Fortunately, we have a few common snoring solutions for you to try.
Sleep apnea can cause a lot of problems for you in your daily life. You can feel exhausted, moody, and can have trouble concentrating on tasks at work or school. Treatment will be necessary to help address your OSA. We offer a number of different solutions, depending on the cause and seriousness of your sleep apnea. What are your sleep apnea solutions?
Do you often feel tired during the day or does your significant other complain about your chronic snoring? These two issues could be related and also an indicator of a sleep disorder. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can lead to difficulty resting and a myriad of other health complications. To diagnose the disorder, we may perform a sleep assessment. When should you consider a sleep assessment?
Losing sleep can have a negative impact on our day-to-day lives. Patients with obstructive sleep apnea lose sleep and can also suffer from complications to their overall health. What are the health risks of sleep apnea? How do you know if you need treatment?
You don’t have to understand why you snore to know that it’s disturbing your sleeping partner. However, knowing can help you find an appropriate treatment to stop snoring and finally sleep peacefully. In many cases, snoring is a minor result of a minor circumstance, like oral tissues slightly blocking your airway, and you may be able stop snoring with a few simple tips. If your snoring indicates sleep apnea, however, then putting a stop to it will take a little more than a couple of home remedies. (more…)
Patients with sleep apnea tend to feel exhausted and their chronic snoring can also make rest difficult for their partners. Treating sleep apnea can help prevent the risk of complications, such as depression, high blood pressure, stroke, and heart attack. What are your OSA treatment options?
Over ten million people in the United States suffer from poor rest as a result of obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. While there are treatment options available to address the situation, there are also ways to address OSA from home. Better sleep habits and a more active lifestyle can go a long way towards improving your sleep.
Loud snoring can be incredibly annoying, particularly for those living with a snorer. Unfortunately, it can also be a warning sign of a medical condition that can threaten a person’s wellbeing and overall health. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when a person’s airway becomes blocked as he or she sleeps, often causing a person to gasp for air or even to wake briefly, dozens or even hundreds of times during a single night. This can cause extreme health concerns, including high blood pressure, depression, and impotency, not to mention the negative effect it can have on one’s ability to focus throughout the day and his or her mood. Fortunately, a dentist may be able to help address sleep apnea with minimally invasive treatment like an oral appliance. So if you think your partner could be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea, now is the time for the two of you talk to with dentist about what could be done! (more…)
If you have trouble sleeping, this may be the result of a disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Not only does the disorder prevent you from sleeping well, you can also develop serious complications over time. How do you recognize OSA? What are the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea?
Obstructive sleep apnea, also referred to as OSA, can leave your deprived of sleep and exhausted. From there, you can feel tired during the day, moody, or even develop complications with your overall health. If you think you need treatment for a sleep disorder, we can perform a diagnosis. Do you need a sleep assessment?