Snoring and Sleep Disorder
You know a good night’s sleep is vital for a variety of health reasons and helps you to be your best throughout the day.
Unfortunately, more and more people are not getting good sleep due to an increase in sleep-related breathing disorders.
These are characterized by recurring episodes of interrupted respiratory airflow throughout the night as soft tissues in the back of the throat collapse during sleep, partially obstructing the windpipe.
Are you concerned you may have sleep disorder?
If you want to sleep more soundly throughout the night and wake up refreshed, it’s time to take action.
The first step is to contact your primary care physician or a qualified sleep specialist to receive your official diagnosis. From there, relieving your sleep apnea symptoms is as simple as coming into Sydney Smiles Dental for your routine checkup and talking to your dentist about your sleep apnea treatment options. Talk to us today on 9410 2001.