Don’t Let Sleep Apnea Ruin Your Life!
If you have been diagnosed by your physician with sleep apnea and find wearing a CPAP intolerable and uncomfortable, there is a dental snoring device that you can wear as an alternative. This device fits in the mouth and can be placed in the mouth at bedtime.
The goal for the dental device is to relieve snoring and mild obstructive sleep apnea.Each dental device is custom made for the individual. Take the first step toward getting a good night’s sleep, and call us today for an appointment.
Do you snore or have trouble breathing when you sleep?
More than 40 percent of adults have some sort of a sleep disorder.
Have you been told you snore?
Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep?
Do you awaken in the morning, only to still feel tired?
Do you ever wake up at night choking or gasping?
Do you doze during the day?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may have an undiagnosed sleep disorder. Your physician may refer you for a sleep study.
Other symptoms you may have sleep apnea include:
Pauses in breathing (including gasping or choking during sleep)
Nighttime chest pain
Poor mental function/inability to focus
High blood pressure
Individuals with a sleep disorder can suffer:
Heart problems such as Hypertension, Heart failure and Stroke-due to the lack of air and blood flow.
Physiologic problems due to the lack of sleep and of oxygen to the brain.
Muscle soreness in the neck, back and shoulder from the body flexing while struggling to suck in air during sleep.
Automobile and workplace accidents.