Several things could be causing this, but we’ll focus on one of them: the apnea and snoring. If you have a problem with snoring or any form of sleep apnea, it is necessary that you visit your dentist to find out if there are options for treatment.
Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea is not something that can be easily concealed from others in your sleeping quarters by simply lying flat on your back. Snores and breathing issues like sleep disordered breathing (SDB) will alert those closest to you – unless they also happen to share similar symptoms as well! But why do these conditions occur? What causes someone to stop breathing while asleep? And what can be done about it? Let’s look at some answers: Snorkels vs CPAP: Which Therapy Should You Choose First? There are two types of therapy available today for treating sleep-disordered breathing disorders, including obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS). They involve either a full face mask device called a nasal pronged tube called a “snorkel” or an oral appliance which fits into the mouth known as a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. The choice between these methods depends on many factors, such as how severe your condition currently is and whether surgery may help improve airflow through the airways more effectively than other treatments might. If weight loss will increase flow through narrowed passages in the throat or