By now you are probably aware of the fact if you snore or not. What many people do not know, however, is that chronic snoring can actually be indicative of something more serious such as sleep apnea. With that in mind, most are unaware that treatment can be sought to address this phenomenon to not… Read more »
Month: November 2020
Most adults are affected at one point in their lives or another by the sensation of daytime fatigue. For most, it is due not getting enough sleep or a restless night of tossing and turning. For some, however, this is not the case, and even after a full night’s rest, daytime grogginess and irritability are… Read more »
If you have trouble going to sleep, staying asleep, and feeling rested the next day, how do you obtain the treatment you need? We suggest starting with a consultation and assessment. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will look at the process of diagnosing your disorder, and how we might treat it as well!
Did you know that some studies show up to 25 million people in the United State suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? This disorder, while widespread, is often unfamiliar to people, even those who suffer from it! In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will look at a few basic facts about sleep apnea.
When we snore on a near-nightly basis, this could mean a chronic issue. In addition, snoring could be also be linked to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In order to rest easier and feel more alert in the day, you need to find a solution for your snores. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist looks… Read more »
Did you know that lack of proper sleep could mean issues with your overall health, and in the long term, trouble for your immune system and cardiovascular system? But how do you know if you’re experiencing poor sleep? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist explores the tell-tale signs of poor rest.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) a disorder in which we stop breathing multiple times in the night, leading to serious trouble staying rested and alert, and also impacting overall health too. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will look at two different options often used to treat OSA, and explain why we often opt for… Read more »
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) impacts millions of people in the United States, and could lead to eventual trouble for your immune system and cardiovascular system. But how do you know if you need treatment, and how will your Greenville, TX, dentist diagnose the issue?