Sleep Better, Live Better


Do you experience any of the following?

 

  • Fatigue
  • Impotence
  • Acid Reflux
  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Weight Gain
  • Weight Loss
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Snoring
  • Daytime Sleepiness

 

What Causes Snoring?

  • Deficient muscle tone of the throat and tongue
  • Over-relaxed muscles, often due to alcohol or sleeping pills
  • Blocked nasal passages
  • Long soft palate and uvula fluttering during relaxed breathing
  • Nasal septum deformities

What Causes Snoring?

  • Deficient muscle tone of the throat and tongue
  • Over-relaxed muscles, often due to alcohol or sleeping pills
  • Blocked nasal passages
  • Long soft palate and uvula fluttering during relaxed breathing
  • Nasal septum deformities

 


 

Sleep Apnea and Snoring

  • Snoring is an extremely common sign of sleep apnea, or obstructed breathing during sleep
  • Approximately 30 million Americans experience some level of sleep apnea
  • Those with sleep apnea stop breathing multiple times at night but often are unaware of the condition
  • Other symptoms of sleep apnea include daytime drowsiness, dry mouth, morning headaches, and waking up with a choking or gasping sensation
  • Undiagnosed sleep apnea can lead to serious health problems or harmful accidents; contact us to learn more if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms!

Sleep Apnea and Snoring

  • Snoring is an extremely common sign of sleep apnea, or obstructed breathing during sleep
  • Approximately 30 million Americans experience some level of sleep apnea
  • Those with sleep apnea stop breathing multiple times at night but often are unaware of the condition
  • Other symptoms of sleep apnea include daytime drowsiness, dry mouth, morning headaches, and waking up with a choking or gasping sensation
  • Undiagnosed sleep apnea can lead to serious health problems or harmful accidents; contact us to learn more if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms!

 


 


Sleep Apnea Therapy

  • Oral Appliance Therapy
    • Custom-made mouth guard worn during sleep
    • Pulls the jaw forward to maintain open airway
    • Quiet, simple and effective for mild sleep apnea
  • CPAP Therapy
    • Breathing mask worn at night, covering the nose and/or mouth
    • Increases air pressure in the throat to keep soft tissues from collapsing
    • Effective for more extreme cases of sleep apnea

Sleep Apnea Therapy

  • Oral Appliance Therapy
    • Custom-made mouth guard worn during sleep
    • Pulls the jaw forward to maintain open airway
    • Quiet, simple and effective for mild sleep apnea
  • CPAP Therapy
    • Breathing mask worn at night, covering the nose and/or mouth
    • Increases air pressure in the throat to keep soft tissues from collapsing
    • Effective for more extreme cases of sleep apnea