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Posts With Category: ‘Snoring Treatment’

Do I Need a Dental Sleep Specialist?

Sleeping Woman
July 19th, 2018

What is a Dental Sleep Specialist? If you have symptoms of sleep apnea or have been told you snore on a regular basis – you may need to make an appointment with a sleep specialist. More specifically, you may want to see a dental sleep specialist who can offer oral appliance therapy for the treatment […]

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How to Determine If You’re A Routine Snorer

Couple Snoring
May 14th, 2018

Snoring is associated with a higher risk of developing different health issues, but it can be hard to determine if you’re a snorer. How can you tell if you have a chronic snoring problem or an occasional one, such as when you’re sick? Learn more about how you can find out if you’re a snorer […]

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Most Common Reasons to See a Sleep Apnea Specialist

Sleeping Old Man
February 21st, 2018

Sleep apnea is a common, frustrating condition that can develop for a number of reasons. Unfortunately, it’s rarely something you can handle yourself. Sleep apnea has two forms, obstructive and central, and both have short- and long-term affects on your health and quality of life. Luckily a sleep apnea specialist can identify the best treatment […]

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Can Winter Affect My Sleep Apnea?

young female sleeping in the winter
January 31st, 2018

If you have sleep apnea, you may have noticed that your symptoms can worsen during winter months. This can have a significant effect on your daily well-being and overall health, even following the winter season. Patients may be more inclined to seek CPAP therapy or another sleep apnea treatment option during the winter to manage […]

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How Much is my Snoring Affecting my Partner?

man snoring in bed
August 30th, 2017

If you snore, you’re not the only one affected by the nighttime noise. Your sleep partner is struggling with some of the same lack of restorative sleep that you are. In this blog, sleep specialist Dr. Marc Levin of eos dental sleep explains how your snoring can affect your partner and what types of snoring […]

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CPAP Vs. Oral Appliance Therapy

man snoring in bed
May 9th, 2017

If you suffer from chronic snoring or sleep apnea, CPAP machines and oral appliances are the two most common forms of treatment. So how do you and your doctor decide which is the best treatment for your needs? In this blog, Dr. Marc Levin of eos dental sleep explains the pros and cons of CPAP […]

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What You Need to Know About a Dental Device for Sleep Apnea

woman waking up feeling refreshed
September 29th, 2016

The search for an effective treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can be frustrating at times, as many roads lead back to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) masks. If you’ve already tried a CPAP mask, then you know how challenging it can be to stay compliant with treatment. However, what many patients with sleep apnea […]

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When Do My Snoring Symptoms Warrant a Visit to a Specialist?

man not able to get full nights sleep
August 23rd, 2016

Snoring really needs no introduction — that harsh, hoarse sound is rather unmistakable. But it occurs for a reason and shouldn’t be brushed off as just an annoying habit. Snoring occurs when your airway is partially blocked by tissue in your mouth, nose, or throat. While this blockage can be temporary in some cases, it’s […]

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How to Stop Snoring Without Surgery

man looking for treatment to stop snoring without surgery
July 25th, 2016

Testing Title Snoring is a frustrating condition to have. Not only is it noisy, but since you’re asleep when you do it, it’s not really something you can consciously avoid doing unless you get help. At least one in four people in the United States snore, and when you consider that many of these people […]

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The Top Health Risks of Snoring

couple suffering from the health risks of snoring
April 19th, 2016

Snoring can be bothersome to you and those around you, but it can also be more than just an annoyance. Snoring can be a sign that something is wrong. The sound you make when you snore is caused by obstructed air movement and could be an indicator of a serious sleep disorder called obstructive sleep […]

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