When people develop obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), treatment is crucial for avoiding serious complications, such as exhaustion and even poor heart health. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the causes of OSA and the risk factors for sleep apnea, and help our Pearland, TX, patients gain a better understanding of this serious sleep disorder.
Did you know that diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) doesn’t mean trying to go to sleep in a lab setting? In fact, we offer our Spring, TX, patients diagnosis with a machine they can use from the comfort of their own home, offering a more comfortable and convenient experience. What should you expect from the home sleep study?
Does your significant other often complain about your snoring? In addition to driving your significant other crazy, chronic snoring could lead to trouble sleeping and difficulties with your overall health. Fortunately, we can help people in Pearland, TX, enjoy a better night’s rest with our treatments for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious disorder, one that impacts many people in the United States and causes sleep deprivation and exhaustion. The disorder also means that our Spring, TX, residents may actually stop breathing for brief periods at night. What causes us to stop breathing and how do we identify and treat sleep apnea?
Sometimes, being tired just means you should’ve gone to sleep earlier the night before, or that you need something to eat to refuel your mind and body. After you get a good night’s sleep or a nutritious meal, you should get your energy back. However, if you’re consistently tired all the time, especially during the day, then your tiredness may be more than just temporary. At our Houston and Pearland, TX, sleep solutions offices, we can help you determine if your chronic exhaustion is a sign of sleep apnea. If it is, then we can also help you find the appropriate solution to alleviate it. (more…)
Often, people may suffer from poor sleep without realizing they have a serious disorder. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) leads to major negative impacts on your overall health and your ability to rest. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the common warning signs, such as headaches, dry mouth, and daytime drowsiness. We’re also going to discuss how we help people in Pearland, TX, sleep easier.
When a Spring, TX, resident sees us about sleep troubles, we often offer a unique and comfortable solution. If we find you’re suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), we may recommend a custom-made and personalized sleep appliance. How do these oral appliances stop sleep apnea and help our patients rest easier?