Not Just Snoring
Health Benefits of Sleep Apnea Assessment & Treatment
Do you snore? Does your spouse or partner say that you snore, or even complain about your snoring keeping them up at night? If so, your snoring could be a sign of a more serious health issue: Sleep Apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea is a physical condition wherein breathing repeatedly stops and starts during one’s sleep. This can lead to a number of symptoms, including:
• Snoring (often loudly)
• Insomnia / inability to sleep / lack of sleep
• Headaches upon waking up (sometimes with dry mouth / sore throat)
• Feeling tired during the day
If you know that you snore, and/or are feeling some or all of these symptoms, you could be suffering from sleep apnea. It is not a condition to let linger, treat lightly or ignore. Instead, your best course of action is to get tested for sleep apnea and find out whether you are a candidate for the sleep apnea treatment and remedies now available.
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What is sleep apnea?
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How can I tell if I suffer from sleep apnea?
- Restless sleep
- Headaches upon waking up
- Feeling tired during the day
- Gasping or choking during sleep
If you experience more than one of these symptoms, there is a chance that you have sleep apnea.
If you would like to know more about whether you may be suffering from sleep apnea, contact Smile Denture today!
Why do I have to treat sleep apnea?
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How do I treat sleep apnea?
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Who is at risk for sleep apnea?
Sleep apnea is commonly seen in male patients who are middle-aged, obese and suffer from other chronic disorders. Having a family history of sleep apnea is also fairly common. If you have family members who are currently using sleep apnea treatment, we recommend speaking with a specialist to determine if you have sleep apnea.
If you would like to learn more about sleep apnea, contact Smile Denture today!