Could Better Sleep Improve Your Health?

Categories: Sleep Apnea

Could Better Sleep Improve Your Health?Do you frequently wake up feeling exhausted, in spite of getting what should have been eight solid hours of sleep? At work, is it becoming increasingly difficult to function, because you are so tired and distracted? Problems concentrating can often be linked to sleep issues. Sadly, so can many health concerns, including heightened blood pressure and increased risk of heart disease, stroke, and depression. That’s why, if you could be suffering with a sleeping disorder, it’s important to explore treatment options, for both your physical health and your overall wellbeing. In the case of sleep apnea, your dentist could help by providing a minimally invasive treatment option that could lead to better sleep, and improved health!

Don’t Ignore Symptoms of Sleeping Disorders

Though not every patient will exhibit noticeable symptoms, when suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea, many do begin to notice some or all of the following:

  • Loud snoring that may wake loved ones nearby
  • Gasping for air during the night, which might wake you or your significant other
  • An overall sense of fatigue and exhaustion, even when getting what seems like enough sleep
  • Difficulties concentrating, or extreme drowsiness, as well as irritability

Better Rest Can Improve Your Health

Sleep is essential to the entire body’s wellbeing. This is why it’s important to address any sleeping disorders that could be negatively impacting your rest. If sleep apnea is the cause of your problems, a minimally invasive solution could be a sleep appliance, which is designed to prevent your soft tissues from blocking your airway as you sleep. SomnoDent Sleep Solutions, for instance, can be a great alternative to a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Machine.

Sleep Better with Your Dentist’s Help!

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a dangerous but treatable condition. You can schedule a consultation, today, by calling Houston Sleep Solutions in Spring, TX, at (281) 320-2000, or in Pearland, TX, at (832) 564-3508.