If you’re consistently waking up tired, despite seemingly getting enough rest, you might suffer from a sleep disorder. Whether you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), snore chronically, or have another condition, there are ways to determine the root of your poor sleep. When you’re groggy and exhausted, other health problems can develop quickly, so do not wait to seek treatment. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist talks about the importance of a sleep assessment and the ways it can help diagnose disorders.
Getting a solid seven to nine hours of sleep is very important for your health. Maintaining good sleep hygiene — or the routine that surrounds going to bed — is a key component of functioning at your highest capacity. You have probably heard that you need to get an ample amount of sleep before, but you might not know why or what the detrimental effects of not doing so are. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist discusses the health risks of persistent poor sleep. (more…)
Snoring is typically seen as just a common part of sleeping, and for the most part, it is. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, roughly 45% of adults do so occasionally while 25% snore regularly. In many cases, it is nothing to think twice about, but it can also be indicative of larger health issues — namely, sleep apnea. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist discusses the causes of snoring, how to know when it might reflect a health issue, and the remedies available to you.
A good night’s sleep is essential for functioning at your highest level. It ensures that you stay alert, productive, and generally feel better. However, sleeping well is sometimes easier said than done. There are myriad reasons — ranging from stress to external stimulation to medical issues, like sleep apnea — why you might have troubles falling and staying asleep. Luckily, there is an assortment of ways that you can improve your sleep habits and maintain good sleep hygiene. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist discusses the importance of proper bedtime habits and several, proven ways you can improve the quality of your sleep.
When you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), then you may assume that a CPAP machine is in your future. However, our team understands the device could be loud and cumbersome, which is why we offer a quiet and comfortable alternative. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist talks about our sleep appliance.
Your Greenville, TX, dentist knows how to treat issues like chronic snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with a custom oral appliance. But how do we diagnose the issue and choose the best solution? In today’s blog, we’re talking about common warning signs to watch for, as well as our at-home assessment and home sleep test!
When you have trouble sleeping and feel exhausted during the day, you could be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). To offer a solution and help you rest with ease, and put a stop to chronic snoring, you may need an oral appliance. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will explain how we design and craft this custom-made device.
If you have trouble sleeping, chronic snoring, and other signs of trouble, how do you know if you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist explains how we assess your risk and diagnose the presence of OSA, and the potential solution we may recommend to put a stop to your sleep disorder!
Millions of Americans suffer from a serious disorder that prevents them from resting at night, and leaves them exhausted during the day. But how do you recognize the warning signs of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and when should you see us for treatment? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist talk about treating poor sleep issues!
Did you know our actions right before bed, among other factors, could impact how well we sleep? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will look at tips for improving how well you rest, and when you should consider seeing us for sleep solutions to issues like obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or chronic snoring.