Roswell Sleep Apnea Treatment

If you did not get a good night's rest, it may be a struggle to stay awake for one of the movies at Roswell's Icon Cinema. Many people think they are getting good night's sleep, because they aren't waking up too frequently in the night and seem to be getting 6-8 hours of sleep each night. However, there are subconscious things that you could be doing without even knowing it in your sleep that are signs of sleep apnea.

If you are feeling groggy and tired throughout the day, feeling irritable or dealing with depression, sleep apnea could very likely be the cause to your problems. There are many symptoms that come with sleep apnea; Georgia Dental Sleep Disorders can help find treatment plans for you based on the severity of your sleep issue.

During the night when you are snoring or gasping for air, you will never get the full amount of rest you need to be fully functional during the day. Sleep apnea is one of the leading causes of sleep deprivation; get a diagnosis by Dr. Mitul Patel today, and see how you can be begin enjoying your life fully rested.

Solutions for Snoring and Teeth Grinding

Do not let yourself go one more night without being able to wake up feeling 100% rested and ready for the day! There are many problems that may seem minor that people overlook, that are actually signs severe sleep apnea.

One of the most noticeable signs of sleep apnea is snoring. Many people think the worst side effect to a frequent snorer is keeping your partner up at night, but did you know it actually affects how soundly you sleep? People who snore actually get less sleep than someone who does not.

Another behavior that can hinder your sleep is if you grind your teeth at night. You may not even realize you are doing it, but people who grind their teeth at night have proven to be more tired after waking and experience the grogginess and other symptoms of sleep apnea, and can have serious dental damage. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment with Dr. Mitul Patel. He can fit you with a mouth guard, or other forms of treatment to help fix your sleep apnea or teeth grinding.