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Do You Have Insomnia?

Sleep apnea in Broomfield can be the cause of your insomnia

Sleep apnea is a condition in which you involuntarily stop and start breathing during your sleep. It is a very serious situation that can cause even more serious health problems, if it is not treated. Insomnia is only one symptom of sleep apnea. Heavy snoring is also associated with sleep apnea as well as a dry throat, choking and gasping for air. If you have daytime sleepiness and morning headaches, chances are you aren’t getting the sleep you need at night. Sleep apnea is most common in males, people who are over weight and those over the age of 60. If controlled, your snoring will almost completely disappear, you will feel better during the day, and at night your breathing will be more consistent. If you have any questions about sleep apnea or snoring in Broomfield, give us a call at (720) 307-4764 to chat or schedule an appointment.
Sleep apnea is a condition in which you involuntarily stop and start breathing during your sleep. It is a very serious situation that can cause even more serious health problems, if it is not treated. Insomnia is only one symptom of sleep apnea. Heavy snoring is also associated with sleep apnea as well as a dry throat, choking and gasping for air. If you have daytime sleepiness and morning headaches, chances are you aren’t getting the sleep you need at night. Sleep apnea is most common in males, people who are over weight and those over the age of 60. If controlled, your snoring will almost completely disappear, you will feel better during the day, and at night your breathing will be more consistent. If you have any questions about sleep apnea or snoring in Broomfield, give us a call at (720) 307-4764 to chat or schedule an appointment.

Are You At Risk?

Sleep apnea in Broomfield has some common risk factors to be aware of

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Three Types Of Sleep Apnea

Snoring may be attributed a heavy upper airway congestion and/or sleep apnea

The three common types of sleep apnea include obstructive, central and mixed. Obstructive sleep apnea takes place when something is causing a blockage in the airway while you sleep, such as soft tissue in the throat. Central sleep apnea takes place when the brain fails to signal the muscles of the lungs and diaphragm to activate the next breath. Mixed sleep apnea is a combination central nerve system apnea in conjunction with an obstructed airway. All of these result in a poor quality of sleep. They can be treated in different ways, but the most common is a sleep machine called a C-PAP. A C-PAP machine is used to open your airway and help you continue breathing while asleep. At Retro Dental Group we have been trained through LVI and the leading sleep dentists in the world. We offer the latest technology with the MicrO2 appliance, which is by far the most comfortable product available. We use this in league with our neuromuscular dentistry to make sure the muscles are in their relaxed position with the sleep apnea device. In order to be diagnosed with sleep apnea, you must see your physician and do a sleep study. This is where you will be studied in a facility overnight, while they are watching and tracking your sleep patterns. If you think you may have sleep apnea in Broomfield, you should give us a call at (720) 307-4764 or click below to schedule an appointment right away.
The three common types of sleep apnea include obstructive, central and mixed. Obstructive sleep apnea takes place when something is causing a blockage in the airway while you sleep, such as soft tissue in the throat. Central sleep apnea takes place when the brain fails to signal the muscles of the lungs and diaphragm to activate the next breath. Mixed sleep apnea is a combination central nerve system apnea in conjunction with an obstructed airway. All of these result in a poor quality of sleep. They can be treated in different ways, but the most common is a sleep machine called a C-PAP. A C-PAP machine is used to open your airway and help you continue breathing while asleep. At Retro Dental Group we have been trained through LVI and the leading sleep dentists in the world. We offer the latest technology with the MicrO2 appliance, which is by far the most comfortable product available. We use this in league with our neuromuscular dentistry to make sure the muscles are in their relaxed position with the sleep apnea device. In order to be diagnosed with sleep apnea, you must see your physician and do a sleep study. This is where you will be studied in a facility overnight, while they are watching and tracking your sleep patterns. If you think you may have sleep apnea in Broomfield, you should give us a call at (720) 307-4764 or click below to schedule an appointment right away.
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"This Condition Is Very Serious"

"This Condition Is Very Serious"

Sleep apnea, with or without snoring, can lead to serious problems with your health

"If you are a male, overweight or over the age of sixty, you have a more likely chance of developing sleep apnea. I think it is important for you to get a sleep study done as soon as possible, if you think you may have this condition. Sleep apnea can lead to more serious problems such as high blood pressure, heart failure, stroke, diabetes, and even depression. Sleep apnea is also more common in African American males and Hispanic males than any other demographic. Don’t spend your nights gasping for air or with the fear of not being able to breath correctly when you are asleep. Come into my office and see me, and we can evaluate your sleep disorder and provide a treatment plan to safeguard you at night when you are asleep."

"If you are a male, overweight or over the age of sixty, you have a more likely chance of developing sleep apnea. I think it is important for you to get a sleep study done as soon as possible, if you think you may have this condition. Sleep apnea can lead to more serious problems such as high blood pressure, heart failure, stroke, diabetes, and even depression. Sleep apnea is also more common in African American males and Hispanic males than any other demographic. Don’t spend your nights gasping for air or with the fear of not being able to breath correctly when you are asleep. Come into my office and see me, and we can evaluate your sleep disorder and provide a treatment plan to safeguard you at night when you are asleep."

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