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What Is Sleep Apnea?

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What Is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a common disorder that causes interruptions in breathing during sleep, preventing oxygen from reaching the brain. Sufferers wake hundreds of times per night, each…

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Treatment Options for OSA

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Treatment Options for OSA
The good news for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) sufferers is that it is very treatable for many, often with pretty quick results. OSA doesn’t generally go away…

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Why You Should Seek Help

Why You Should Seek Help
You shouldn't wait to see a sleep specialist and here's why. If you (or someone you love) snore, feel chronically fatigued, have trouble concentrating and staying awake…

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Looking for Sleep Apnea Treatment & Snoring Treatment?

Simple Sleep Services located in Dallas Texas can help

 

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and snoring are affecting Americans in epidemic proportions. People of all ages, including children, can develop obstructive sleep apnea.

OSA is more than just an annoying snoring disorder — it has been linked to a wide variety of other health conditions, including brain damage, dementia, cognitive disorders and memory loss, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, certain types of cancer, sleepiness-related accidents and many other conditions.

While there are a number of treatment options available, some very simple and others more complex. For example, continuous positive air pressure (CPAP), in which the patient wears a mask connected to a breathing device, is a popular treatment. However, many find CPAP uncomfortable and cumbersome.

One of the simplest and most comfortable treatments is oral appliance therapy. Patients are custom-fitted for an oral appliance, somewhat similar to the mouth guards athletes wear, and wear the device while sleeping. The device prevents the tongue and throat muscles from collapsing and blocking the airway.

Oral appliance therapy works quickly, with many patients feeling relief almost right away.

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