Posts Categorized: Snoring

Snoring Spouse? Your Dentist Can Help

It can be a sensitive subject, but if your spouse tends to snore during sleep, you should address the matter. That snoring could be evidence of sleep apnea, a condition where a person frequently loses air during sleep, and is forced to awaken and unblock their air passages. This can lead to the inability to… Read more »

Is It More Than Snoring? Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

How serious is your snoring? If you (or your bed partner) suffers from your persistent, disruptive snoring, the underlying issue may be more serious: You could have sleep apnea, a potentially dangerous sleep disorder characterized by obstructed breathing while you sleep. If you snore excessively loud, it’s best to review whether or not you exhibit… Read more »

Why We Snore

Snoring is a common malady but it can put stress on a relationship. Some couples are forced to sleep apart because one of them is bothered by the other’s snoring. About 24 percent of adult women and 40 percent of adult men snore. A very interesting fact is that men become less likely to snore… Read more »

Sleep Apnea Questions (And Answers, Of Course)

Have you been wondering lately why you feel completely exhausted during the day even after you assume you’ve enjoyed a restful, solid night of sleep? Do you often find that people tell you that you snore very loudly? Unfortunately, sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that you may have difficulty diagnosing on your own. Fortunately,… Read more »

FAQs: How Do I Stop Snoring?

Do you suffer from chronic snoring? If so, both you and your significant other could be suffering from poor sleep. In addition, this issue could be a warning sign of a serious disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Find out what you can do to address this problem and obtain a good night’s rest.

Quiz: How Do I Stop Snoring?

Do you suffer from chronic snoring? This issue can make sleep difficult for both you and your significant other. In fact, people with this common issue may actually be experiencing the symptoms of a serious sleep disorder. Fortunately, your dentist in Vista, CA can assess your sleep problems and recommend comfortable and minimally invasive treatment options.