How to Stop Snoring With Sleep Apnea Treatment

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Although snoring is fairly common, it can be a significant indication of a medical issue. Apart from the fact that snoring while sleeping with others can be distracting or irritating, it can be a bigger issue than you thought. It can interrupt your sleep cycle and rob you of 6 to 9 hours of sleep you need. Also, you might be snoring, because your airways are blocked.


Ultimately, this could lead to unexpected long-term health problems. In this article, we’ll learn more about snoring, sleep apnea and how it gets treated.

What Is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is one of the main causes of snoring. Other than snoring, some common symptoms of this condition include:

  • Frequent periods of no breathing
  • Loud breathing
  • Insomnia
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Daytime sleepiness

This increases the risk of diabetes, strokes, and heart attacks when sleep apnea goes untreated. Whether you have any signs or have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you should see a specialist as soon as you can.


Treatment Prevents Snoring


There are a number of different treatments that can either reduced or eliminated snoring. Sometimes, even just making the slightest lifestyle changes is all it takes. Sleeping on your side, exercising, minimizing before bed alcohol consumption, and quitting smoking can all open your airways and reduce your snoring. If snoring from these lifestyle changes doesn’t end, here are your other options:

  • Special appliances to adjust the position of your lower jaw
  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine that keeps your airway open
  • Surgery to resolve problems with your palate or nasal concerns

Dr. Knellinger with the help of the trusted staff at Knellinger Dental Excellence will treat your sleep apnea and help you solve the problem if you are sick of sleep disturbances and upsetting those around you.

You Can Stop Snoring


Believe it or not, you could have a snore-free sleep. If you wish to learn more about our sleep apnea treatments, please contact our Palm Harbor, Florida office. We are happy to answer any questions and help you achieve your deserved good night’s sleep.

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