Posts Categorized: Snoring/Sleep Apnea

What Snoring Has To Do With Sleep Apnea

Although snoring is commonly associated with sleep apnea, not everyone who snores has this disorder. The majority of the adult population snores at some point in their lives, and 25 percent snore habitually. However, if you are a habitual, or chronic snorer, and you snore loudly and excessively, you may be suffering from sleep apnea.

Are You Having A Tough Time Staying Awake?

If you are having a tough time staying awake at work, while you are driving, or watching TV, you may wonder what that has to do with dentistry. The fact is, you may be tired because you are suffering from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a dangerous condition that many dentists can help diagnose and… Read more »

Tips for Patients with Sleep Apnea

Sometimes, tips to stop snoring might include changing your position when you sleep, or wearing a nasal strip to try keep your sinuses open. But for patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), such tips don’t always work. The good news is that your dentist can likely help you treat sleep apnea with a comfortable, custom-made… Read more »

Could Your Snoring Be Sleep Apnea?

Snoring itself is not a dangerous habit. On its own, it’s just a noise your throat makes while you’re sleeping because your airway has narrowed. When you relax during sleep, the muscles that normally hold up the back of your throat stop holding firm. In certain cases, this can lead to a collapse of the tissues during… Read more »

Are You Ready to Stop Snoring?

Snoring always looks so cute in cartoons, with a little feather or piece of paper fluttering by the animated sleeper’s face so daintily. From dry mouth to annoying your partner in the middle of the night, when snoring happens in real life, it becomes significantly less cute. When you’re ready to stop those night noises, you have some… Read more »

3 Reasons to Take Sleep Apnea Seriously

When you snore, you probably don’t know that you’re doing it until your sleeping partner tells you about it. Therefore, it might not seem like it can have much of an effect on any other part of your life. However, if your snoring means that you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, then there may be… Read more »

Tackle Tiredness with Sleep Apnea Treatment

Are you tired of waking up still feeling exhausted, in spite of what you thought was a good night’s sleep? Tired of suffering from headaches, jaw pain, and irritability? Many people believe these are unrelated symptoms, and choose to simply suffer through them. In the process, they may find their overall health seems to decline,… Read more »

Tired of Feeling Tired? Call the Dentist

Few things can have a bigger impact on your health or happiness than the quantity or quality of your sleep you’re getting. It’s nearly impossible to function, much less thrive, when you feel tired all the time. Many seasons in life can cause sleeplessness, like studying for final exams, stress at work or having a… Read more »

Snoring: Could It Be More Than an Annoyance?

Some people snore at night without ever realizing it. But for those with partners who have ever been awoken by the noise, complaints about snoring may be frequent and embarrassing. If you are one of the many snorers in America, though, your problems could be worse than an annoyed partner. In fact, your ability to… Read more »

Sleep Apnea: What To Expect

Sleep apnea is a serious disorder that can have a dramatically negative effect on your daily life as well as your long-term health. If you are a loud snorer, find that you suffer from common side effects of sleep apnea, or simply feel fatigued on a daily basis but you’re not sure why, we encourage… Read more »