Do you or someone you love suffer from a sleep disorder?

snoring At Able Dental, we understand the stress obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) places on your daily routine. We also have the knowledge to get you sleeping fully again. Obstructive sleep apnea is a common disorder that causes your airway to collapse during sleep, decreasing airflow to your lungs. This can happen several times each night, causing your brain to wake your body in order to start breathing again. Decreased oxygen and frequent awakenings can affect your health. Fortunately, it’s treatable.

How do you treat sleep apnea?

A sleep apnea oral appliance is a custom-fit dental appliance developed for the treatment of snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. In certain cases, it may be an effective, comfortable, and durable alternative to CPAP therapy or corrective surgery.

How do you stop being a mouth breather?

If you can only snore with your mouth open then you are a “mouth breather”. An oral appliance or nasal strips will help to keep your mouth closed and encourage you to breathe correctly through your nasal airway. Try this “nose” test: Looking in a mirror, press the side of one nostril to close it.

    What really stops snoring?

    Try these natural solutions and lifestyle changes, which may help you stop snoring.
    • Change Your Sleep Position
    • Lose Weight
    • Avoid Alcohol
    • Practice Good Sleep Hygiene
    • Open Nasal Passages
    • Change Your Pillows
    • Stay Well Hydrated

    Can your snoring kill you?

    If you know you have sleep apnea, or you snore, here are 11 conditions linked to snoring and sleep apnea that you should know about. If you’re not sure, this should be the wake-up call you need to discuss your snoring with your doctor.

    • Stroke
    • Heart Disease
    • Mental Health Issues
    • Fetal Complications
    • Excess Weight

    Do you need to talk to someone about a sleep disorder?