Posts Categorized: Snoring/Sleep Apnea

A Few Tips to Help You Sleep Better at Night

There are many reasons why you might not sleep peacefully every night, but only a few of them can repeatedly diminish your sleep quality every night. The problem with some sleep disorders is that you may not realize your have one for a long time, and the impacts it can have on your daily quality… Read more »

Signs of Sleep Apnea You Might Be Missing

Obstructive sleep apnea, commonly known as just sleep apnea, can affect nearly anyone. It can also develop and interrupt your sleep breathing patterns long before you realize you have a sleep disorder. While the condition can lead to a host of symptoms that impact your daily life, such as chronic tiredness, sleep apnea itself can… Read more »

What Your Dentist Can Tell You About Your Snoring

The more you snore, the more annoying it can become to your sleeping partner, especially if it’s loud enough to wake them up at night. At some point, you may decide that you should do something about it, which might start off a longer journey than you anticipate. Who do you see to stop snoring?… Read more »

Smile Sounds: How To React If You Recently Heard…

You know that your smile sometimes feels different than it usually does. It may look different from time to time, as well. However, if you suddenly notice that it sounds different, this may come as quite a shock! What to think about changes in terms of noises that are emanating from your mouth, you wonder?… Read more »

Why Sleep Apnea Treatment Matters

Patients who have sleep apnea don’t always know it. Their sleeping partners typically do, as the condition is typically marked by loud, distinct patterns of snoring every night. However, the condition doesn’t wake the sufferer from consciousness, and therefore, isn’t always obvious for what it is. At our Cleveland, TX, dental office, we offer custom-designed… Read more »

Could Snoring Have Something to Do with Your Fatigue?

There are some things that are obviously the result of your snoring habit. For instance, if your partner is agitated because they can’t sleep, or your mouth is excessively dry when you wake up in the morning. Yet, when snoring is consistent, there are also several other affects that might not immediately seem connected, such… Read more »