Your partner nudges you. When it happens again, that nudge becomes more of a push. When that’s not enough, you might get elbowed or kicked.
Your snoring is keeping your spouse from enjoying quality sleep. Your snoring also may be a symptom of sleep apnea, which is a bigger problem.
You can treat this sleep disorder with help from our team in Houston, TX. Call (713) 932-0441 to schedule a consultation to find out how you can benefit from our care.
First, Breathe Easier
Sleep apnea occurs when you stop breathing when you fall asleep. These stoppages occur dozens of times each hour and hundreds of times overnight. This interferes with your ability to enjoy deep, restful sleep. By keeping your airways open with a specially-designed oral appliance, you can get the quality sleep that you deserve.
Second, Improve Your Health
People with sleep apnea have a higher risk of other health issues, such as:
- Heart attacks
- Cardiovascular disease
- Complications of diabetes
By treating your condition, you can improve how you feel in your daily life.
Third, Improve Your Relationship
When you treat your sleep apnea, you can get sleep through the night without the snoring that disrupts your loved one’s sleep. That will allow your spouse to sleep better, too. When you are both well-rested, it can help both of you be in a better mood throughout the day.