The Woodlands Sleep Dentist Blog
July 14, 2019
Unfortunately, an estimated 80% of people who have sleep apnea haven’t been diagnosed, putting them at serious risk for chronic fatigue, heart disease, depression and anxiety, obesity and more. But the good news is that diagnosing sleep apnea in The Woodlands is as simple as having a sleep study, which enables you to get the treatment you need to improve your health and quality of life. Keep reading to learn more about how sleep apnea is diagnosed and find out what to expect from a sleep study. With this information, you’ll be taking the first step towards better health!
June 28, 2019
Obesity and hypertension are two rampant health problems in the United States. These conditions can be brought about by many factors, such as poor diet and lack of physical activity, but you might also need to consider how well you’re sleeping at night. Surprisingly enough, many researchers have found a connection between sleep apnea in the Woodlands and multiple metabolic health issues. Here’s why it’s important to make sure you’re getting a good night’s rest.
May 17, 2019
When you’re listening to someone snore, pay attention to their breathing; if they stop and start, it could be a sign of something much more serious than a nighttime annoyance. Roughly 50 to 70 million American adults have some kind of sleep disorder, and there’s one in particular that affects over 100 million people worldwide. Here’s what you need to know about identifying and treating obstructive sleep apnea in The Woodlands.
April 9, 2019
Have you ever woken up gasping for air? What about the frequent morning headaches that are making it difficult to get out of bed? If you are struggling to make it throughout the day without wanting to fall asleep, there’s a good chance you’re suffering from The Woodlands sleep apnea. This serious sleep disorder can cause more than chronic fatigue or memory loss, it can have negative effects on your overall health. Read on to find out just how serious sleep apnea is and how it can create additional health-related problems if left untreated.
March 27, 2019
It’s official: you have sleep apnea. Your doctor has given you the diagnosis, and now you can finally explain to your partner why you sound like a buzz saw when you snore. Yet, what do you do now? You know you have sleep apnea, but what can you do about it? We’re offering these 5 treatment options to help improve your health and get better sleep!
February 10, 2019
Have you noticed gaps in your memory? Do people’s names or the location of your childhood home sometimes seem to slip your mind? If you’ve noticed any of these symptoms or something similar, and you snore at night, there could be an underlying problem in the Woodlands – sleep apnea. As you read on, you’ll learn how the condition can have adverse effects on the function of your brain if not treated.
January 30, 2019
A serious condition that over 18 million Americans are suffering from is sleep apnea, which deprives them of the rejuvenating properties that normally come along with getting a proper night’s rest. To receive treatment, though, requires that a person first visit his or her physician to undergo a sleep study. What are the warning signs that it’s time to seek treatment, though? Read on to find out.
December 20, 2018
A condition that is becoming more prevalent among Americans is sleep apnea, which refers to frequent lapses in breathing that can occur throughout the night. The main form of the condition is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), which is caused by a partial blockage of the airway. One of the methods for treating the condition is to use oral appliances. Read on to learn about two different types of devices, how they function and the pros and cons of using them.
November 15, 2018
For people suffering from sleep apnea, getting the benefits of a good night’s rest alludes them. A sleep dentist can help by providing effective treatment. There are some situations, though, when more than one form of care is needed. So as you continue reading, learn how combined therapy works to tackle the more acute cases of sleep apnea.
October 18, 2018
Have you been told that you snore loudly or make gasping sounds while you sleep? If so, there is a chance that you have sleep apnea, a condition that affects over 22 million Americans. Before receiving treatment, though, it’s important to be properly diagnosed. One way to start the process is with at home sleep testing, but is this a reliable method? Read on to learn about its pros and cons.