Category: Snoring/Sleep Apnea

Understanding Sleep Apnea

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It is crucial to get a good night’s sleep; when you do, your body and mind recharge, decompress, and feel sufficiently rested to successfully navigate your life. On the other hand, when you have an evening of poor, restless sleep, you can often feel affected for days. A common culprit for poor slumber is sleep… Read more »

A Comfortable Treatment For Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) impacts millions of people in the United States, and unless addressed, could cause serious problems for your quality of life and overall health. Fortunately, we have a CPAP-alternative to treat the disorder and restore your ability to rest easy. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about our comfortable solution… Read more »

A Night with Sleep Apnea, and Why It’s Easy to Miss

Some chronic conditions, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), aren’t always obvious, despite their sometimes significant impacts on patients’ daily lives and systemic wellbeing. For example, if you suffer from sleep apnea, then the telltale signs of it, such as chronic snoring, can seem like minor things. Because of this, it can be easy to… Read more »

What Sleep Apnea Really Means for Your Oral Health

When thinking about the negative effects of dental issues, one topic individuals do not think of immediately is Sleep Apnea. This disorder occurs when you are unconscious, and consists of your breathing repeatedly stopping and starting, often causing you to snore loudly and excessively. It can take the form of Obstructive (OSA), which occurs when… Read more »

How to Stop Snoring When You Have Sleep Apnea

When you have a chronic snoring problem, it’s probably a good idea to seek a solution to help you stop. At minimum, it will help your sleeping partner sleep more soundly each night, even if you don’t notice your snoring habit. At worst, however, your snoring might not be just a typical snoring habit. It… Read more »

Questions You Should Ask About Sleep Apnea

Snoring loudly and constantly is one of the most consistent signs of having obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. However, no matter how loud it is, the snoring associated with sleep apnea isn’t always enough to wake the person who’s experiencing it. When you have sleep apnea, it means your airway is continuously obstructed by mouth… Read more »

Are You Worried You Might Have Sleep Apnea?

For people who’ve heard about obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, things like chronic snoring can take on a whole new significance. That’s because chronic snoring is one of the characteristic signs of having sleep apnea, and if you snore often enough, you may start to worry that OSA is the reason. Today, we take a… Read more »

What Does Sleep Apnea Do to Your Sleep Pattern?

If you’ve never heard of sleep apnea, then you might be surprised to learn that you have it, and that it may be the cause of several things you thought were inexplainable. Both the consequences of sleep apnea and the fact that it often goes unnoticed are often due to the fact that it isn’t… Read more »

Good Reasons to Worry About Sleep Apnea

People who have obstructive sleep apnea don’t always know that they do. Even if they’ve heard of the sleep disorder and how it can potentially interrupt their sleep patterns, they may not consider it something that applies to them. That’s because the specific symptoms and consequences of sleep apnea aren’t always immediately noticeable to those… Read more »

Answering a Few Questions About Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that can affect virtually anyone, yet can remain discreet enough that many patients can go years before realizing they have it. It typically describes a chronic obstruction of your airway that occurs when you sleep at night, which can cause you to snore loudly and in a highly distinctive… Read more »