Is Your Night Being Ruined By Constant Snoring?
TMJ Reno is here to rescue you and your loved ones from sleepless nights.
Do You or Someone You Know Suffer From Snoring?
If so, you’re not alone. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, snoring affects 37 million American adults. But while snoring may be common, it’s also a serious health issue. Snoring can lead to sleep deprivation, which can in turn cause daytime fatigue, irritability, and difficulty concentrating. In severe cases, it can even contribute to accidents. Fortunately, there is help available. At TMJ Sleep Therapy Center in Nevada, our TMJ dentists specialize in treating snoring and other sleep-related disorders. We offer a variety of custom-designed oral appliances that can effectively reduce or eliminate snoring. We also provide lifestyle counseling to help our patients manage stress and achieve optimal sleep health. If you’re looking for relief from your snoring, we can help.
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Effects of Snoring
Snoring is a problem that can affect the quality of sleep of both the person who snores and their bed partner. It can be a cause of sleep deprivation and can lead to relationship problems. In some cases, snoring may be a sign of a more serious underlying health condition.
The effects of snoring can be significant. People who snore often report feeling tired during the day due to poor quality sleep. This can lead to problems with concentration and productivity. Snoring can also cause relationship problems, as it can be disruptive to a bed partner’s sleep.
There are many reasons why you or your loved ones may be snoring.:
- Sleep Apnea – a condition that causes your breathing to stop and start repeatedly during the night. This can lead to snoring.
- Allergies, Colds, Sinus Infections – Treat any underlying medical conditions. If allergies or a cold are causing your snoring, treating those conditions can often help eliminate the problem.
- Some people may snore because of the way their mouth and throat are shaped, which can cause the airway to become blocked during sleep.
- Other common causes of snoring include being overweight, smoking, and drinking alcohol
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