When Your Sleep Trouble Keeps Your Partner Awake

If you have problems with sleep apnea, snoring and other loud breathing issues can be just part of your overall concerns. In addition to being embarrassed by the trouble you have with nightly breathing, you can feel embarrassed by how you are keeping your partner awake. Discussing your difficulties at our DFW dental office can have positive results. We can recommend treatment that helps you sleep and breathe peacefully, which means you and your partner enjoy more restful nights. Remember that sleep apnea is more than just an irritating or embarrassing condition. Because this condition interferes with your rest cycle, it can have several negative effects on your emotional and physical well-being.

Snoring And Sleep Apnea Can Be Disruptive

Problems with snoring and sleep apnea can negatively affect the person who suffers from them as well as their partner. The loud, labored breathing that we associate with this condition can make it harder for someone to fall asleep or stay asleep, which makes them vulnerable to issues with sleep deprivation. As awkward as it might feel to bring up this problem, talking to your dentist about it can be helpful. We can provide solutions that lead to better rest for you and your partner. We can also make sure that sleep apnea no longer takes a toll on your overall health.

Your Problems Can Have More Effect On Your Health Than You Realize

You may be experiencing more than just noisy or awkward breathing issues while you rest. Sleep apnea stops a person from completing their rest cycles. What happens as a result is they no longer enjoy the benefits from a full night’s sleep, something that can negatively affect their mood, their energy levels, and their overall health. These nightly disruptions in your air flow can also lead to problems with high blood pressure, something that will make you more vulnerable to hear troubles.

Planning Treatment To Restore Your Nightly Breathing

We can talk to you about the advantages of using  CPAP machine or custom sleep appliance to help you enjoy proper rest. As an alternative to the CPAP machine, a custom appliance can have welcome benefits for patients. Their use makes it easier for you to adjust to treatment, as they can feel less obtrusive.

Talk To Your DFW Area Dentist About Effectively Treating Your Sleep Trouble

Rather than continue to live with embarrassing sleep issues, you can meet with your dentist to discuss the positive impact that sleep apnea treatment can have for your quality of life, and for your partner’s quality of sleep! If you are ready to find out more about how we can help you, schedule an appointment with Dental Sleep Solutions of DFW by calling 903-455-0516.