So, we’ve got some good news and some bad news. Let’s go with the bad news first: If you are a sufferer of sleep apnea, it’s not uncommon to discover that a side effect is going to include bad breath you cannot seem to completely get rid of, though you may give it the old… Read more »
If we talk with you and find that you sound like you have sleep apnea, then the absolute best thing you can do is follow up with another visit for sleep apnea treatment. Or, if a friend or loved one mentions that this may be the issue affecting your life (perhaps you’re quite sleepy a… Read more »
Do you and your partner both snore? Are you unsure? Do you both feel exhausted and cannot seem to figure out if you’re both suffering from sleep apnea and require sleep apnea treatment or if only one of you has a sleep disorder? Fortunately, though you may feel quite confused (and very sleepy) at the… Read more »
Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you often wake up feeling exhausted? If so, you may be experiencing the common symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Treating this disorder is vital to ensuring you remain rested and productive. At Celina Family Dentistry, we offer treatment options for patients with OSA.
Snoring and sleep apnea may not sound like dental issues, but dentists can actually help patients suffering from these problems. Sleep is a very important part of a fruitful and happy life. Celina, TX dentist, Dr. Angela Ganjoor, will challenge you to a quiz on the condition of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Questions Q1. True… Read more »
Many parents battle with their teenagers to get them to wake up earlier. Commonly, if left to their own devices, teens naturally gravitate to a stay-up-late/sleep-in-late schedule. Teenagers actually require 8 ½ to 9 ½ hours of sleep every night to function at full capacity. Many teens experience a huge sleep deficit, particularly during the… Read more »
People who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may have to deal with a daily struggle of all-day exhaustion. OSA is not just an annoying condition, but a potentially life threatening one. Driving while exhausted, for example, is thought of as being equally as dangerous as driving while intoxicated. Your sharpness while working, desire to… Read more »