Category: Snoring/Sleep Apnea

Stopping Snoring And Sleep Apnea

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Do you suffer from chronic snoring, or do you often feel exhausted during the day despite sleeping the night before? Then your issues could be linked to a serious disorder known as sleep apnea! In today’s blog, your Syosset, NY, dentist will talk about our alternative to the CPAP machine for treating snoring and sleep… Read more »

Providing A Solution For Your Sleep Apnea

Did you know your dentist can offer a custom and comfortable solution to sleep disorders like obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? To avoid major complications for your daily life and overall health, your Syosset, NY, dentist may prescribe an oral appliance to prevent OSA-related symptoms. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the dangers posed… Read more »

Who Do You Call When You Can’t Stop Snoring?

A snoring habit isn’t typically the kind of condition you would automatically consider calling your dentist for. In fact, many people who snore chronically don’t even consider it a problem worth calling anyone for. However, the truth is that chronic snoring can become problematic for many different reasons, especially if it’s an indication of a… Read more »

A Few Advantages to Treating Sleep Apnea with an Appliance

When you have obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, the impacts to your sleep quality and your overall quality of life can vary greatly. This is partly why knowing that you have OSA can sometimes be difficult without a professional sleep test and assessment. However, the good news for many patients with sleep apnea is that… Read more »

Is There Such a Thing as Snoring Too Much?

For many people, snoring is the kind of thing that’s easy to overlook. Either it doesn’t really occur that often, or it isn’t such an annoyance as to cause problems for the snorer’s sleeping partner. However, even when snoring does become annoying, many people who experience it don’t realize that the problems it can cause… Read more »

Are There Specific Risk Factors for Sleep Apnea?

For many common oral health concerns, there are specific risk factors to developing that, usually, are easy to control once you identify them. For example, tooth decay and gum disease develop from excessive oral bacteria buildup. Therefore, inadequate dental hygiene and preventive care are two of the biggest risk factors for developing it. Some concerns,… Read more »

Do You Snore, or Do You Have Sleep Apnea?

If you snore a lot, the impact it can have on your health and wellbeing depends on several different factors. For example, how often and how deeply you snore could determine whether your habit can have an impact on your overall cardiovascular health. In some cases, it might also be an indication of something much… Read more »

What Happens When You Snore?

Most people know what snoring is, but few people can answer what causes the noise or why they snore consistently. The truth is that snoring is different for everyone and there is no single common cause of it. What is common, however, is the potential seriousness of a chronic snoring habit, and the fact that… Read more »

Dealing with Sleep Apnea? Here’s What to Know

People who snore sometimes have more to worry about than just the sound they make when they sleep. For instance, if you have obstructive sleep apnea, the snoring is just one of many different symptoms related to the sleep disorder. If you ignore it, you could leave yourself open to a host of health risks…. Read more »

Would You Know if You Stopped Breathing in Your Sleep?

Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, is a sleep disorder that millions of people have, but many of them don’t know it. The condition occurs when mouth and throat tissues collapse into the airway, making it impossible to breathe for several moments while you sleep. Your body will clear its airway automatically, often without even rousing… Read more »