Find A Solution To Your Sleep Apnea At Cleveland Family Dentistry

Cleveland Family Dentistry Can Help With Your Sleep Apnea

If you often experience waking up in the morning after a full night’s rest feeling tired still, frequently wake up family members with your loud snoring, or wake up gasping for air, you may suffer from sleep apnea. This is a common disorder, but it’s important to address as it can lead to many negative side effects. At Cleveland Family Dentistry of Cleveland, TX we can help you with this problem with a custom fit oral appliance.


Improve Your Sleep With An Oral Appliance

Sleep Appliance Cleveland TXIf your loved ones have mentioned your loud and aggressive snoring, it may be time to speak with an oral health professional. This can be a sign that you struggle with chronic obstructive sleep apnea, which is a common sleep disorder that can have serious impact on your health. People can sometimes avoid seeking treatment for this condition due to the worry of uncomfortable machines or surgery, but there is an option that is less invasive to help your common sleep disorder.

With our oral health experts in Cleveland, TX, you have the opportunity to treat your sleep apnea with a non-surgical solution. Talk to our team about whether an oral appliance is the right next step for your health and discover the benefits of a full and deep night of sleep. This method uses a slim BPA-free mouthguard to gently reposition your jaw overnight, preventing your airway from closing. Speak with a dedicated sleep science professional to learn about treatment options for your condition! (more…)

Would You Recognize The Symptoms Of Sleep Apnea?

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When you often feel tired during the day or experience chronic snoring, this could be due to a sleep disorder, one that impacts millions of people! Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, is a widespread disorder that could even strain your immune system and heart health with time. Which is why your Cleveland, TX, dentist wants to make sure you can recognize the symptoms!


Understanding Sleep Apnea

sleep apneaIt 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 apnea, which causes you to snore loudly. More serious than the snoring, however, is that it actually causes you to briefly wake up hundreds of times each night. This is a difficult disorder to live with, but there are helpful solutions that can not only improve your sleep but also that of anyone you share a room with. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist talks about sleep apnea and the solutions we can provide.  (more…)

A Comfortable Treatment For Sleep Apnea

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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 for OSA, so you can rest easy again!


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 overlook the signs of sleep apnea until the symptoms of it begin to more noticeable impacts on other areas of your wellbeing. Today, we explore what a night of sleep apnea can look like, and why it’s important to pay attention to potential symptoms of it. (more…)

What Sleep Apnea Really Means for Your Oral Health

Angry woman closing her ears with pillow, hiding from her husband's snoring, panorama, top viewWhen 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 the throat muscles relax, Central (CSA), caused by your brain failing to send proper signals to the muscles that control your breathing, and Complex or treatment-emergent, which is when you have both CSA and OSA. Fortunately, the dentists at Cleveland Family Dentistry in Cleveland, Texas can provide you with information and resources to help you better understand the condition and its effects.


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 could indicate a more profound sleep disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Today, we examine how snoring and sleep apnea are connected, and why you’ll need professional treatment to address your snoring habit if sleep apnea is the cause of it. (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 and throat tissues when you sleep, to the point that the obstruction forces you to stop breathing repeatedly. Today, we look a few things you should know about sleep apneas, including how to tell if your snoring habit is a just a habit, or a symptom of the sleep disorder. (more…)