Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Dental Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea

Snoring Isn't Just an Annoyance

Frequently, snoring is a symptom of a more critical health concern, identified as sleep apnea. People with sleep apnea contend with a blockage in their airway. Unfortunately, they usually don't know they have a problem. The obstruction inhibits them from obtaining oxygen consistently throughout the night. Those inflicted with sleep apnea experience higher blood pressure, which is a crucial risk factor contributing to heart disease and strokes. In addition, sleep deprivation can have damaging effects on the function of your brain, escalating stress hormones and leading to depression.
Even if you have only minor sleep apnea, being fitted with an oral appliance can result in the lessening or even the termination of snoring. This could be a fabulous gift to your partner!
de Bruin Dental Center   
Tomas G. de Bruin, DDS   
631 Sierra Rose Drive, Suite A  
Reno, NV 89511   
(775) 826-1838   
deBruinSmiles.com

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