Snoring or trouble sleeping may mean you have Sleep Apnea – a sleep disorder that occurs when your air passage becomes temporarily blocked causing breathing to stop several times throughout the night. Sleep apnea greatly increases a patient’s risk for heart attack and stroke.
Bloomington’s most trusted dental team can help.
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Liberty’s sleep apnea specialist offers a comfortable and convenient solution to help you sleep better and wake up refreshed. You’ll be surprised at the difference a good night’s sleep can make in your life.Schedule A free consultation
While traditional approaches typically include an uncomfortable and inconvenient CPAP machine, Liberty’s FDA approved device is more like a simple mouthguard used in athletics.
We design a personalized oral appliance that will keep the jaw in a forward position while you sleep, allowing your airway to remain open for an uninterrupted, better night’s sleep. It is small, portable, quiet, comfortable, and highly effective.
Better Night’s Sleep
Do you wake up frequently during the night despite a well-established sleep routine? Does your partner complain about you snoring— or do they tell you that you gasp for air during sleep? You may have sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that disrupts your ability to sleep and even breathe. If left untreated, sleep apnea can be life-threatening. Sleep apnea symptoms don't just lead to nuisance tiredness and dry mouth in the morning. When left untreated, you can be more at risk for chronic health conditions like hypertension, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and heart attacks.
Studies show that without proper sleep every night we may be more prone to dementia, disease, memory issues, cognitive struggles, and other health-related difficulties. The lack of sleep has also been tied to an increased risk in heart attack and stroke. While millions of Americans receive treatment for sleep issues, studies reveal that the vast majority of people remain undiagnosed.
Beyond the annoying noise, can snoring be a sign of a more serious problem? The short answer is – maybe.
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