Snoring, The Result of Sleep Apnea

SnoringAt least 30% of all adults snore on a regular basis, but this doesn’t mean snoring is normal. Snoring usually occurs during sleep when our bottom jaw and tongue fall back and the soft tissue blocks the airway at the back of the throat, it is also one of the symptoms of sleep apnea, a health condition that requires immediate treatment. Have a look at the following symptoms to see if your snoring is related to obstructive sleep apnea:

  • Do you pause sometimes while snoring?
  • Do you choke or gasp after the pauses?
  • Do you fight sleepiness at work, when driving, or during the entire day?
  • Do you rapidly fall asleep when inactive?
  • Do you have morning headaches?
  • Do you get irritated easily?
  • Do you tend to have mood swings?
  • Do you get a sore throat or dry mouth after waking up?
  • Do you get the need to wake up frequently to urinate?
  • Do you have breathing cessation episodes?
  • Do you find it hard to focus?
  • Do you have difficulty staying asleep?

If you have answered yes to most of these questions you should book a consultation with us as this excessive snoring can be treated with dental or oral devices.

At Dental Solutions Lymm, we’ve helped many patients with our anti-snoring devices to get back their peaceful sleep in order to improve their overall health and quality of life.

If you too would like to get treated at our practice in Lymm, please call our Reception team on 01925 756565.


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