Sleep Apnea / Snoring

General, Cosmetic, Restorative,
TMJ & Sleep Apnea Dentists
Serving
Spring, Conroe, The Woodlands &
Nearby North Houston, Texas

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If you think you have sleep apnea, you should come see us as soon as possible for diagnosis and treatment options. Sleep apnea significantly interferes with your ability to get a good night's rest, which in turn leads to detrimental symptoms such as daytime drowsiness, concentration issues, mood swings, and more. In addition, sleep apnea raises the risk of health problems such as stroke, high blood pressure, and heart attack, among others. 

Is It Time to Consider Sleep Apnea Treatment?How often do you wake up still feeling exhausted, even after a full night of sleep? Do you ever sit at your desk but feel somewhere else, because you are so tired you are having a difficult time concentrating? Even behind the wheel, do you find yourself feeling drowsy?

Do You Need Help with Sleep Apnea?Do you keep waking up feeling groggy, in spite of a full night worth of sleep? Has your significant other started complaining about your increasingly loud snoring? When at work, do you find yourself feeling drowsy and unable to concentrate? If so, you could be suffering from a sleep disorder like Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Does Your Significant Other Have Sleep Apnea?When was the last time you slept through the night without being awoken not by your child’s crying but your partner’s snoring? Millions of Americans are guilty of loud snoring, which over time can lead to sleeping problems for much of a household. Sadly, snoring can actually be much more than an annoyance for those nearby.

Snoring might not seem like a dramatic health risk. In fact, besides an annoyed sleeping partner and perhaps a dry, sore throat in the morning, many patients don’t experience noticeable consequences of snoring, and therefore ignore it.