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Are You Getting the Restful Sleep You Need and Deserve?

February 20, 2020
Posted By: Dr. Bryan Le
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Snoring can become a significant problem, especially for your bed partner if you are the snorer. Without proper rest during the night, daily life becomes more challenging.

Lack of sleep can make it difficult to concentrate when you're at work. It can also contribute to frequent headaches, mood swings, and depression. If you don't get the restful sleep that you need, it significantly impacts the quality of your life. 

There is a solution! A snore guard in Houston, TX can provide relief from the loud snoring that keeps you or your bed partner awake so that both of you are able to sleep soundly.

What Is a Snore Guard?

Snore guards are custom mouth guards that are comfortable to wear while you sleep, much like an orthodontic retainer. By repositioning your jaw, the snore guard helps you breathe freely during the night, which can reduce and sometimes even eliminate snoring.

A snore guard is easy to get used to wearing and doesn't interfere with your nightly routine. Simply insert it into your mouth after brushing and flossing your teeth at night, and enjoy your restful night of sleep.

Be Aware of Sleep Apnea

Sometimes, chronic loud snoring can be an indicator of a more significant problem known as sleep apnea. This dangerous sleep disorder causes you to stop breathing during the night due to a lack of proper oxygen, which signals the brain to wake up. Waking due to sleep apnea can happen multiple times during the night without you even realizing it.

Not everyone who snores has sleep apnea; however, if the snoring is loud enough to wake your bed partner or vice versa, it may be time to consult your physician about the possibility of a sleep disorder.

Your Houston dentist at Bear Creek Dentistry & Orthodontics can help with snore guards. Give us a call today to learn more.


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