Nothing makes you feel worse when the alarm goes off in the morning than a disrupted night’s sleep. If you snore or suffer from sleep apnoea and it’s taking its toll on your energy levels or your relationships with others in the house, we are here to help.
Snoring is a common issue in British households. Often, it’s nothing to worry about, but if you snore on a regular basis or make very loud noise when you snore, this can have a major bearing on your quality of sleep, as well as that of others around you.
Common risk factors for snoring include being overweight, drinking alcohol, allergies and smoking. If you snore occasionally, this is often down to your sleeping position or an illness such as a cough or cold, which may affect your breathing when you sleep.
In many cases, making changes to your lifestyle, such as doing more exercise and losing weight, can stop snoring, but if you snore persistently, this can be indicative of sleep apnoea and a sign that your body is struggling to get enough oxygen while you are sleeping.
Sleep apnoea is a potentially serious sleeping disorder, which occurs when breathing is disrupted when you are asleep. In severe cases, breathing apparatus is used to provide oxygen flow while you sleep. In mild cases, lifestyle changes may be recommended. The risk factors for sleep apnoea are similar to those linked to snoring, Sleep apnoea is most commonly found in people who are overweight or obese.
We can often help people who have sleep apnoea and those who snore to enjoy a better night’s sleep by providing them with a custom-made device designed to move the jaw forward slightly, opening up the airway and making it easier to breathe.
If you’re struggling, you don’t have to suffer in silence. Call us today and we could have you sleeping peacefully in no time.
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