Do you experience difficulties sleeping? Do you snore? Is your snoring heavy? Do you experience poor quality kind of sleep?
If your answer is yes, there’s a good chance you suffer from Sleep Apnea. To find out, take this Sleep Apnea Quiz.
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We all wanted to have a good sleep right? Tired from work, school, and office. You wanted to come home, to your family and definitely to rest and to have a good quality kind of sleep. But even though how much we want it; most of us can’t have it.
Maybe because we are not aware that there is a problem, a culprit behind this disturbance. Some of you may be wondering why are we struggling to have it? You only wanted to have a good night, a good sleep, and not a poor kind quality of sleep.
You and I may or not be aware of it, but there are causes of this difficulty and struggle.
One of this struggle is caused by Sleep Apnea according to the Mayo Clinic, sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. Moreover, there are three types of Sleep Apnea: Obstructive sleep apnea, Central sleep apnea, and Complex sleep apnea syndrome.
Now to know further, according to the experts in this field. There are 8 scientific causes of Sleep Apnea. These are the signs of having Obstructive sleep apnea:
you gasp for air or even stop breathing while you sleep, you often wake feeling ‘un-refreshed’, you sometimes feel excessively sleepy during the day, your energy and motivation has decreased, you find it difficult to concentrate, you have high blood pressure, you have recently suffered a stroke or heart attack, and if you have Type II Diabetes.
If you identify one of these symptoms or signs. You should see and consult a doctor, for you to have a good quality kind of sleep, and to avoid future problems. One should also be careful of these signs because if you don’t, chances are, it will increase the possibility of heart attack, stroke, Type II diabetes, and even sudden death.
Sleeping Apnea for you might not be alarming, but according to experts, there is a five times greater risk of dying from cancer when you have untreated sleep apnea.
Now the good thing about Sleep Apnea is that it can be treated. Yes, you’ve read it right Sleep Apnea can be treated. The doctors at Triangle Family Dentistry are specially trained in fabricating and fitting sleep appliances for their patients. They have created a custom oral appliance that supports the lower jaw and positions it forward which keeps the airway open during sleep. If you think you might be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea and would like to learn about sleep apnea solutions, please visit this link https://www.trianglefamilydentistry.com/sleep-apnea/