Quality sleep plays an important role in our overall health and happiness. When your sleep is interrupted or disturbed by loud snoring on a regular basis, it can have a seriously negative impact on how you feel and can lead to exhaustion, which in turn can make you more susceptible to other health problems. When you think of resolving snoring issues, you may not immediately think of going to your dentist. But the fact is that loud snoring can be related to problems that can be most effectively treated by your dentist! Dr. Klingsporn offers a variety of snoring therapy solutions to his Austin, TX area patients.
Top Reasons to Visit Boulder Canyon Family Dentistry for Snoring Therapy
- Sleep disorders can negatively impact the quality of your life
- Loud snoring can be caused by a variety of issues, most of which can be successfully treated by Dr. Klingsporn
- Exhaustion caused by poor quality sleep can make you more susceptible to other health problems
- Loud snoring can indicate another much more serious condition called sleep apnea
What You Should Know about Snoring Therapy
Loud snoring is more than just annoying – in fact, it can cause a host of other problems, for both the person snoring and the people who live with loud snoring. Some of these problems are obvious: people who don’t get a good night’s sleep have a harder time focusing on work, they may feel moody or irritable with others, and they may feel drowsy at inappropriate or even dangerous times (like when driving a car, for example).
If you snore loudly, you area probably already aware of it. But in case you have any doubt, there are several signs that snoring may be interrupting your sleep, including any of the following:
- Your snoring is so loud that it wakes you or other family members and routinely disrupts your sleep
- You have a tendency to feel drowsy or fall asleep at inappropriate times during the course of your day
- You feel sleepy very quickly when driving
- You wake in the morning with a headache
- You feel noticeably tired all day long
Loud snoring can also be an indication of a much more serious problem called sleep apnea. This condition is more than just an annoyance – it can actually be life-threatening. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatments available to resolve most snoring issues.
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For more information about snoring therapy, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Klingsporn, contact our office today.