If you have trouble sleeping or staying asleep, the disease could be linked to a number of factors, including factors that lead to chronic snoring or even obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will have a few tips for resting better, and list a few symptoms that you may need to talk to our team about to avoid OSA-related complications.
Millions of people in the United States suffer from sleep disorders, the primary ones being chronic snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). But how do you know if you are, and when should you see the dentist for a sleep solution? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist looks at how to identify possible signs of trouble.
In our previous blogs, we’ve talked about how we diagnose obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and chronic snoring to provide relief. But in today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist would like to focus mainly on the treatment option itself. How does a sleep appliance offer an alternative to the CPAP device that ensures you rest easier?
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) impacts as many as 25 million people in the United States according to some estimates. To offer relief, we need to provide a thorough diagnosis and choose the right treatment option. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will explain how we test for sleep apnea from your own home!
When you have risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), or if you continue to feel exhausted, then you may need treatment. As part of the diagnostic process, your Greenville, TX, dentist may recommend a sleep assessment. In today’s blog, we’re explaining how this process helps decide if you benefit from a custom oral appliance.
Once a person develops obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), this could lead to a dangerous cycle linked to poor rest and long-term health problems. To enjoy optimal quality of life, you need proper rest at night. In today’s blog, we’re talking about recognizing when you’re in the OSA cycle, and how to seek treatment to find relief.
If you snore on a regular basis, this could mean you may have a sleep disorder. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) could cause serious problems for your quality of life. With that in mind, we suggest letting your Greenville, TX, dentist know so we can offer solutions to help you rest easy!
What resolutions have you made for 2021? With New Year’s Eve just a few days away, you still have time to add a new resolution: Sleep better! With a few positive changes to your routine, and custom treatment from your Greenville, TX, dentist, you can enjoy a better night’s rest in 2021!
For many adults, a restless night every once in a while is not anything to bat an eye at or even fret about. When you wake up feeling exhausted with a migraine yet had a full night’s rest, however, it may be time to become concerned. In fact, you may be experiencing a rest disorder such as sleep apnea, in which seeing a specialist is needed to correct the problem. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX dentist at Dental Sleep Solutions of Greenville will look at the benefits a custom appliance can provide to improve your night of rest.
While snoring in and of itself is a common phenomenon that many people experience, the sleep disorder that is associated with it is not, and can actually lead to a variety of complications down the line. Most people are not aware that they are suffering from sleep apnea, as symptoms typically are first identified by a partner or person present when you rest. Fortunately, your Greenville, TX dentist at Dental Sleep Solutions of Greenville is here to not only help you identify factors about OSA that you may not be aware of but help you find a solution as well.