Have you heard of Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder that can have serious consequences on your health and wellbeing. More than 22 million Americans (and their partners) are impacted by the serious medical condition Sleep Apnea.
Sleep apnea is a condition that causes brief pauses in breathing during sleep. This can lead to fatigue, daytime sleepiness, headaches and poor concentration. Additionally, it can also increase your risk for a number of serious medical conditions such as stroke, hypertension, diabetes, libido issues, depression and anxiety, heart disease, and obesity.
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms or think you may be suffering from Sleep Apnea, it is important to take action now in order to prevent any further complications from occurring.
Common Signs of Sleep Apnea
- Loud Snoring
- Choking While Sleeping
- Dry Mouth Upon Waking
- Morning Headaches
- Daytime Sleepiness
- Difficulty Concentrating
- Trouble Falling Asleep
“Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts”
– Mayo Clinic
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After the Sleep Study Consultation
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Three Reasons to take the AT HOME Sleep Test
- No sleep labs or hospital visits
The AT HOME Sleep Test is done in your own home.
Are you looking for an alternative to a CPAP machine?
An oral appliance may be the answer for you.
An oral appliance is a device that fits like a retainer and looks like a mouth guard. It works by supporting your jaw and tongue to maintain an open upper airway, allowing for better airflow during sleep. It’s designed to be comfortable and easy to use, making it an ideal solution for those who want an alternative to more traditional treatments.
Do Oral Appliances really work?
Yes, it has been established that oral appliances are indeed effective for people suffering from sleep apnea. This is because an oral appliance helps to keep the jaw and tongue in a forward position, allowing free flow of air and uninterrupted breathing during sleep.
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