Snoring isn’t always just harmless and annoying, but could be tied to various types of sleeping disorders like obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which occurs when you stop breathing a number of times in the middle of night, keeping you from getting proper amounts of sleep.
Sleep apnea can be dangerous, not only in terms of feeling tired during the day, but in terms of heart health as well. Without diagnosis and treatment, sleep apnea has led to heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Snoring treatment is possible at the Ear, Nose and Throat Institute. Come in for a sleep study.
ENT Institute’s Dr. Alvarez gives a demo on what a sleep study looks like and how it helps people every single day.
You wake up feeling like you’ve gotten no sleep. You’re exhausted, despite every effort to wake up, even if that means consuming loads of caffeine. But if you’re honest with yourself, nothing’s actually helping. That’s where a sleep study comes in. Read More
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