Category: Sleep Apnea

Protect Your Teeth During Sleep

For many Americans, nightly sleep can be a struggle. If you suffer from a sleep disorder that relates to oral health, speak to a trusted provider about your options. Two of the five most common sleep disorders center around the head and neck, and both of them can cause lasting harm. Bruxism is the overnight… Read more »

Your Dentist Can Help With Sleep Apnea

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Do you often wake up, after a seemingly full night’s sleep, feeling utterly unrested? If so, you may suffer from sleep apnea. This disorder is typically marked by loud snoring that is immediately followed by silence. It is admittedly difficult to be aware of your own snoring if you do not have a partner in… Read more »

If You’re Feeling Sleepy in the Morning It May be Apnea

How rested do you feel when you wake up? If you feel groggy and sluggish throughout the day, it may be a sign that you’re not getting enough sleep, or it may be the sign of a medical condition. Every individual’s sleep needs are different, but if you’re getting between 7 and 9 hours of… Read more »

Are You Waking Up Hundreds of Times Per Night?

The tricky thing is, you may not actually be able to answer this question. While you may not think of yourself as someone who struggles to sleep through the night, the type of incidents that disrupt your sleep may not fully awaken you. Disruptions to your sleep can be caused by apneatic episodes, brought on… Read more »

Reasons Not To Ignore That Snore

Millions of Americans are affected by snoring each night. Whether its their own snoring or a loved one’s, snoring can negatively impact a night of sleep. Snoring can just be simple snoring, but it can also be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a sleep disorder that occurs when breathing is obstructed… Read more »

Is It Snoring Or Sleep Apnea?

Snoring can be disruptive to your nightly sleep, along with your family’s and loved ones’ sleep. Snoring can also be a sign of a serious sleep disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). So, how do you know when your snoring is just simple snoring or when it is a sign of OSA? As obstructive sleep… Read more »