Do you wake up feeling exhausted, then have trouble functioning during the day because of grogginess? Have you been told you snore loudly? If so, you could be suffering from sleep apnea in Vancouver. This condition can do more than just disrupt your sleep; it has serious long-term health consequences. Using custom-fit oral appliance, the team at Oasis Dental can help you:
- Enjoy a better night of rest
- Wake up refreshed and ready to face the day
- Focus better and be more productive at work
- Reduce or eliminate noisy snoring that keeps your bed partner awake
- Avoid serious health problems like heart attacks and strokes
Help yourself and others in your household. Call us today at 360-226-8264 to schedule a consultation. For your convenience, we offer early hours.
Sleep Better & Feel Better With Our Sleep Apnea Treatment
You owe it to yourself to find out more about obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the most common type of sleep apnea. OSA occurs when your air passages become temporarily blocked while you’re sleeping.
Your tongue and other soft tissues in the back of your throat naturally relax when you’re asleep. However, if they relax or sag too much, they can block your airway and prevent you from breathing for a few seconds.
Eventually, your brain will wake you up long enough to take in more oxygen. After a few normal breaths, you drift off to sleep once more – until the next OSA cycle. For severe sleep apnea sufferers, this cycle can repeat itself dozens of times per hour, usually without the person even being aware of it.
Your sleep apnea appliance will fit comfortably in your mouth, gently moving your lower jaw forward just enough to help keep your airway open. The result is better breathing without the constant interruptions in your sleep.
Since snoring is caused by air passing over those soft tissues blocking your airway, your snoring will be lessened as well. It’s a win-win for both you and your bed partner.
If you suspect you need help with sleep apnea in Vancouver, call Oasis Dental today at 360-226-8264 to schedule a consultation. You can also make an appointment online. for help with sleep apnea or for your regular checkup.