How Our Dentists Can Help You with Sleep Apnea and Snoring
Usually sleep apnea occurs when the oxygen flow is blocked at the back of the throat. Oral sleep appliances can be easily used to separate the two jaws, preventing any blockage during the night. This can increase ease throughout the night through the flexibility and comfort. Contacting your dentist for the quick solution to your long-term problem can save years in front.
Snoring is linked to sleep apnea and can simply be fixed. Sleep apnea can cause many harmful life-long issues including diabetes, depression, heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure. Going to the dentist can determine the changes your body has accidently welcomed snoring into your life. Issues such as scalloped tongue, dry mouth, an enlarged tongue, or a small jaw can negatively affect dental concerns.
Sleep Apnea can be easily recognized through frequent headaches, low attention span and regular bathroom visits. Along with mood swings, dry or sore throats and unrested moods, this can cause a significant effect on your life. Get this checked out today to see how you can easily prevent these unwanted results.