The Importance of Treating Sleep Disorders
Some sleep disorders can be tolerated without treatment, but sleep apnea is not one of these. When regular sleep is made impossible, your mind and body suffer, even without you realizing it.
At Montz and Maher Dental Group, we want to ensure that all our patients live long, healthy, and happy lives. That’s why we recommend that anyone experiencing sleep problems visit our office as soon as possible to get an accurate diagnosis.
Long-Term Consequences of Sleep Apnea
Standard sleep apnea side effects include a lack of focus, memory loss, and sleepiness during the day. The longer sleep apnea goes untreated, the more dangerous it can become to your general health. Long-term sleep apnea side effects may include:
- High blood pressure.
- Type 2 diabetes.
- Heart disease.
- Weight gain and obesity.
- Vehicle and equipment accidents.
- Adult asthma.
- Acid reflux.
- Increased grogginess.
- Hormonal changes.
- Altered bodily rhythm.
As you can see, sleep apnea treatment isn’t just about getting better sleep or even snoring solutions; it’s about your general health, and your body’s functionality for years to come.
Benefits of Sleep Apnea Treatment
Not only does sleep apnea treatment benefit your health; it also improves the quality of your daily life. Sleep apnea patients who seek treatment are often shocked at just how significantly their lives are transformed.
Patients who seek treatment for sleep disorders notice better work performance, more enjoyable social interactions, and more energy for family activities. Proper sleep will allow you to be productive and full of life, so you can live each day to the fullest.
Convenient and Comfortable Snoring Solutions
One hallmark of sleep apnea is chronic snoring that is often quite loud. We can offer snoring solutions to help you and your household get a more restful night’s sleep.
Snoring solutions like nighttime mouthguards can alleviate your sleep apnea as well as your chronic snoring. These mouthguards are now more effective and convenient than ever.
The mouthguard is one of the options for sleep apnea treatment. We can talk to you about your sleep disorder and help you determine what option will best serve your health.
Treat Your Sleep Disorders Today!
If you or a loved one are suffering from symptoms of sleep apnea, don’t hesitate to call our office and schedule an appointment! It’s time to take back your comfort and your health.